The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00543
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00543
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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I i OF SEEN TWO BVtftSIDENTSOur p Y I I: Maine Plot To Be Held

Man Oltrrtril In Trlrpiwpli -,.. .- I On Sunday Afternoon

l Inn.... While Ollirr ) KING[ ABDULLAH IN I rE



.... 1..1..rs fu.j.<tu.,1 ir..i' ; w f tr J WilL PARTICIPATE

.tiU. in two vrtU'm. t>f the city : THOUSANDS ?tI
I lat night and early tciday and *! ARAB Conferees Set I W. Curry Harris. assistant state attorney will be the primitialpc .
t s Ker at the Memorial
on tliat was hoard in Telegraph Sunday Day program at the Maine Fte
'J; ; lane fled amid a fuullagc" of ... , .' .. -, "Rt:11GAGF Anilia! aclur Douglas In f In the City Cemetery. He Trill start speaking at S pjn.

sa1.ds filed. by a city policeman. .' : i Many organizations will participate in the ceremonies. Participants
ti'rc To Meet\
I A woman culled. Patrolman Butt : : !); f ff. Ix>niloii I la" 'Furlhrr'' Again I will meet at Southard and Margaret streets at 4:30 p.m. ..*
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nc -ritndrx at'7:50: |last night .- p t I will march to the Maine Plot with flags and band units.
and Miid that a prowler was in ;... to ;. .rn;'>i i.tII"J Willi; Iln in On .- NO AGREEMENT REACHED I l Representatives <,f the U. S. Navy the city and cowMy tpwmI -

her h.>.nr. Patrolman Hcinandczhurried f.f.or .1( Palestine 1i i I I I roents have been asked &to participate as well as other nrunmcitmuj .,
. Lane 1I 1j AFTER 10-HOUR CONFER.
to 210 Telegraph j and. groups in the city.

aryl ..e.rrhed the Mime from top j jI t Hy Thr .,._...... Prr..1LONDON > j L TJNCE: CONSIDERING G.M.t' Graves of the veteran will have been decorated priw t*.. the
I l.. .bottom. and could find no trace I May 27-Kins Ab Lt ceremonies by Auxiliary 23 of Arthur Sawyer Pool of the AimmanTO

I tit U* man. dullah today arrived in Jcru.o- t : it PATTERN i :.Legion, which wiN scMfMsr .....-
Then h* leturneH to PoliceUIV1lquarki'4 _
I I About" I 13 minutes I- lem and was cheered by thou 6a ,.' ._ trrf rra.e program.
I alter hu arrival at the station he It sands of Arabs according: to advices .J I DETROIT May Settlement : I The Key West 1 hat SdIo..1|
Band under the dtrecii f Fan.1 I
was again called by the woman.Tlmr's received here. 1I 1I 1 of the 16-day Chrysler strike is n n
i a man tight outside t It that he not yet in r Dillon. will prrrCni: mixk'al. sr-
1. was said went within .tl' Wircghul... sight. .. <<; ::
l n'y hnu r rnw'she said. Patroln '.. f lections during the prugraoi.
300 yards of the where Yesterday afternoon and last
I 4 n lie nandn again rushed to area DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN, 73-year-old president of the provisional ,; The following is the imsjratri
Ihe iMklm. riven I ,accnmnanicd by 1 the Arabs were trying: to drive I council cf the government ef IsraeL and his wife, are shown I night union leaders and company Si1 + for the ceremonies:

J ; member of the Navy Shore the Jews from their last foot- I l above in New York City before they left for Washington The j, officials held a conference that Introductory Remarks: Vane. ''.

f Patrol. He luokrd in the bushes hold in the Holy City. ; leader of the new Jewish state came to the U. S, to confer-with 1 I lasted for 10 hours. At its conclusion Stirrup 10th) Dwtriet Com

alongside the home but did notI The Arabs gradually closingin ;: President Truman in the nations capital ,, neither the leaders nor 'hLeyal mander American Legion
I i the man but heard him walk. Opening Selection: N.....l Anthem -
i. on the Jews have them compressed the officials commented oh what
ins thrnufh the undcrsrowth.llcrnanttri "Star Spangled .Ran
I railed to the man to into a small area which. DR. WEIZMANN CHATS WITH TRUMAN : i had transpired: at the meeting. ner." Audience. accvmp:

tune nut "I the Itushe Not getj j .y Arab leaders asserted, is likely i Today it was announced that ied by Key West High Sr--

line any m>pi>nftc. Hernandez < ): : : to fall at any moment. I another conference will be held, &ndInvocation
.hrw Ida.. revolver and fined three j J JI The rejection of the UN cease- :. : i i. probably late this afternoon or : : Chapter ChaH'"n.

navy p trnlmcii .earelnd thcjlirililiiHb I. ". ,kt firing order by the Arab has ti. b'r + *asI { j I:early evening. t.. + Troy II. Sbufer. IHs ht<..1
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: man. Tby found footprints i to . .--... ..'L tion in Palestine. Today for the I 4I ,' 1 1I company .and the union may be No., 33.Scnptuf .
i ul \\-r\ man alongside the h..u'ie.J' I fourth straight day American 'I able to agree on a proposal that a a (': Mrs John s.-tt. '-
t t'trfpautu) .
At 3:11: a. m. today a man liviix Ambassador Douglas had a conference I I uses the General Motors. offer as president. VeteranenFeg1-m:
..l 7M Olivia' Mrrvt said II' MARY ELLIN BERLIN; (above). : with Foreign;,: Minister Ii, a pattern Wars Auxiliary Unit !N .
.->4.<.n.1 l man was shout to..p n the daughter of Song 'Writer and Bcvin about the attitude of the i I General Motors increased 3911.Selection.

f C..t" Into the card of a home Imljuinlnc I Mn. Irving Berlin. is engaged .Arabs'toward the UN ultimatum. '- 4.: 1 I wages by II cents an hour. but : Key West His SrH.-.I I

I L''". When he called to j to marry Dennis Sheedy Burden BcVin again told commons that 1I the only"offer made by Chryslersets Band. under directn "' &.
UN nwn tn find<.Hit H hat he was Her parents announced the government was still undecided I I the ..advance at six cents an Frisbie. President tilen..id Dillon director.
..tuna he nod hastily down the j officers 1I hour. MctTKtrial Addrc W. Carr \
the engagement In New York. about the 39 English Press As&ociatiok. will *:
klieet.Thret. who with Harris assistant Male ...... -
fighting Arabs
Burden'U .the son.of-Mr. and are .
iir four tiinra in the.1..1 IM'vrral I 7r I II be ameog the speakers scbed
the Question of- their remaining Wanted .
Mrs L Townsend of on. ney.Pnac.nation
wcrk<* the I..rl'nt of New ;Burden. ?. ; -at their posts or withdrawing : . OneYankToj i sled t. address the Fiends Pib- ..C.M.-riMIa fi. iii.
K'ind.a.r Iw>n0, amid| OlivM tnt m York. from the Arab forces. Jewish I I %I belly and Public ReUlioos AsI i parted (Floc. I. Uwt: .1!

hall! lepmted Uwa man has leaders have,.ctAuplaincd. that it l Jllw I (oriatioB during leis i reeday W \Wnrtk ,
.4 : ( Sftt-nith *r Cf'i'Nofl
I...... r.s.ft .pnlwling\ around the Job Openings is the British btficer? who are + t I II I eoiiveatioa at Key West June x' by-Charles LUMI. ". t
yards of the |henna Om-e I lu KklwMfffi planning; Arab strategy in all I A 6. 7, $. 1948. Frbble still talk ; commander: 2. V.F.N.t
IM have rnU-rc.1 l maw of the i: areas of Palestine.; I I Y MOSCOW I( I Horn! on tbe subject .f Press reactica No. 3911. by Oliver J. TI'wtn'

Mont and to have stolen t>ni\r j jntiinry Now Available Heavy fighting occurred last t. publicity: releases i ley. representative. nI T. n.

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night'and; early today in a sector MOSCOW. (AP>. The only j Arthur. Post commander In Tbis Siale southeast of Jerusalem which i I American jazz band in Itussia: i iI USN UniformWearing VJ.W. Auxiliary. Uwt N.

Plan( t had been converted into a stronghold : \ I has dimin.sh.ed to a trio-and not 3911. by Mr:. John SMMM. ..
by the Jews. Results of the a! \ I a very loud one at that. Organized : ] president: 4. D A.V.. <........1.
Ilidinuxbtx &evrctaiTcs.: and fighting has not been .disclosed 1 I i in 1944! by George; F. Ken- j Rcsu: I Is- No. 33. by Eric Cwirtr. .....-
Blood() )( Bank I.iiitcin di -turns, an optician, a either by Jews or A....... . I'I nan then minister counselor at j mander; 5. Arthur Sstw' .

MMltrrs. maker,:and a Kt;'tul>cbender I JI the United. States:: Emba>>y. the Post No. 38 Auxiliary. AMH I'
I 1 I orchestra ronsUted, of nine loud ; In FBI Arrest! Mr Pi.iF
Drive) In (: I are annnig the openings WestminsterPlaque t 1' can Legion by *
lily I : :! and l flaj>Hy pieces. Kennan. n lu-lrd unable \to lie fillet in
as I 1 I chief of Secretary: Marshall's: |I Arthur Judam' Ciallaghcr.> 23. Arthur Sawyer list .... ":
.'..11....hC the f.r"t "M't.tin uf the area of "lernantl'in the lalpstrstale !: For I planning':secliunand, an old cod l-1 t American Legion b j
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arrested Jo'BI.
'I was : jeitcrilay by
HIT IVIuiHl" lank CiMniiuttrc f the =icy: i' I!.
t> job inventory pleparel l Icgc;;: quifac player manned the A. Warren commander.
JUHMIT Outmber of Cominercv. at the instrument in the Moscow <; Agent Richard A. Payne charged ..
Florida Slate .Employment ; II I same Salute to the Dead: Kirmc S* >
wliMh tCBtalivc plot were" made a RooseveltLONDON. II |outCiL. i iI with "IaWully wearing; the ..
Service. Jeff II. Knight:Ji*; manaIer I (\ewsyhole. ) Key West Guard of
In lM. ,r the Datlc County Blond I Kcnnan left Moscow shortly j uniform of the United Stales : American Legion.Taps .
ILiiik' M-nd a Mobile Unit to Key : of the Key West office, said < >.-Plans for ;i I DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN (right), president of the new Jewish t after the band was organized; but' Navy. : : Jackrn-y Drudge ail .,.."
Wct on June 4. k-tlen were, sent today. i iI make Franklin i state cf Israel .talks with President Truman during a visit to his place was taken by Navy ':
I plauue which will Gallagher; waived a preliminary Lloyd. '
to all Ntaniuition in the city Tamoa ncnU a pharmacist an P. Roosevelt 4he first; h'ad l or .. i the Whit:: House in Washington. President Truman holds a Radio Operator Harry Sedley.I hc.arin'don' United Lnweiinti i of Flag Ccignumy: K-;
asking their e"- tieiati| ..n in helping i inlrrn. a mattress maker and an foreign state ever honored by nnirhc I Jewish scroll cf laws presented! to him by Dr. Weizmann. Thy I of Trenton N. J. Then one by one West Guard of Hntnt. An.. I
to make the dine a *ucee. s.Fur auto upholsterer. Experiencedand in Westminster Abbey are met to.dircuss Palestine matters. the member ;got;: transferredback :: i iI Stale Commissioner: C. nrxlncy'Gwynn lean: LegK'n.IJenediclion ; .

two years the Jayceesnmaured capable secretaries arc needed. to be executed by Sculptor II. W. II home or to other places in \, and was:: bound over to : ; : Veteran dn. rurn.
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.| the trips of the Mobile : in Tallahassee for work with II j Palliser. Tho design by C. Terrv I the world. couit under bond of $300. Failing Wars. Post No. _ll. bs K': '
Unit to this city, and informa-I I Florida State University, a.bank' Pledgo. ministry of works architect Gels i Furl ;: i Alarmed over the situation, I to give bond he was: committed : ward F. Haury.
ircrivttl recently that Coimiy Taylor Wal- I
Skin was I and the fctatc. j will be an American eagle y United States Ambassador lu jail. ClrJbing Selection: : 'Awin .
the fund .had been cxhu>tcd.IhiMltttM1 I A graphic arts merhaniq. and : carved out of Hopton World stone I trr B. Smith is seeking tn dOl I i iI audience*. JMTI..f, l I
... IlkHwl from the nine instrument men arc needed':! :MMiiHhing about it. "I've told
''wnk at tin |mnt time arc ac- I in Ja'kson'ilhwhik- Palatka has] a form of marble.Roman The carved inscription :- Area For Use 01 I. the n in Washington;; ( that when I I Funeral Services : High St'h.1wort l .

: cuimrl a( M ..*..! "I $*. ulutc !<>r- I calls for three floor moldersnd a'' in 1"tlcrvni, I Negl'ocs'fH.IIISSIOEHS they send us someone new lit>*'l''

: n..I) u....... tI". Jet)'"'' Iie'thntl" wood pattcrn-ntakpf. Sheet /nctal w hich was Churchill suftscstcd and j jointlv Prim-by I better be able to play .vonicthin ." |I For 11. P. Russell' Driver Dies
hut '7.!>>O. The' only Winston .. )
the tt-t was I workers and helper as well -as i he .ays.j
still secret.The : : ; <;ivEiV
Minister Atlcc. is a .
tliaisr* levied under the Jay,-eciiHthod : roofers are listed as in demand in j ,
was .list the t-o.t of Daytona Deach. . | Roosevelt niche the last FI11.I'I'HO' !I office of the Commander of the I II Funeral MM vices will be held' AI l \Wheel\

iv.-ma and Ubor. 1"-1 I Orlando has calls for ctectt''cal'I : remaining on the Abbey walkstands ) VI. Rl'I I Naval Ease at the U. S. Naval N', Shucks, ..t I clock Sunday afternan.in '
have been above the roll of honor ot the Ley Memorial\ C'hurch. for \JiKy ANGELES.; ( ;,1! N..Iinz '
Many local |ier>ons I I I and civic enainers. The civil en- I
in the \la' U. S. NA\Y )DEPAUT'j.MENT ) Submarine Case. Present were .. ..'
civilian casualties Franklin (Kccsie ftu.-- wildly r-arrewins. rt
lK-lwtl through the Jaycee ace.ant liner would work in Brevard. Wins I Ij Harold ) : in Miami... by drawing on I I county with headquarters in: war. in a section between the Captain C. C. Adcll USN. Commander j Legion( sell 56. who died Monday morn- control autornob. II pith-sin. m.>'.
this fund. at quite a saving to Cocoa. College\ students ;raduatin -!. great west door and St. George's i Fun GHOUNDS; ; | Naval Ease; CommanderCarl ing.: The body will be placed in leaped onto the runsusNt bfttfiswitched -'.
the!+I Chapel. ] CAMPBELL. Neb. (,\PI.-\I the church at 2 Rev. Robert off the ignition said mad|
Ihrittoclvr. *. In other mica coon are Prf'fprrM. ; I At 2f: '>0 n ''l. on Wednesday\ A. Johnson, USN. Commandin p. m.
free oflarge farmer who needed help and an W. Weaver will officiate and led the emergency brak TH
Illood has been donated Contact the Key West office of I
i I J the Monroe Officer. VS. Naval Submarine ,
< whore a hardship might the Florida State Emplovmn Invents County RoarJ of American Legion punt whichneeded I Lopez Funeral Home is in chargeof driver Martin G. Cannon 4B. .f<
Russian I
lutvc btC'nolkl'd on the familyof I I I Service today to list l your job> i Commissioners:: met with local ; Base: Commander A. C. Husband money sot together here. arrangements.Burial Fort Worth. Tex was diwl at

the person that was sick :: onenin*** or place your annli;"- : Naval Authoi: itics and received : CEC. USN. Public Works The[ Legion needed money to buy will be in the family the wheel 1. the victim of hen t
The Jaytw are hopeful that tufts Further information abont : Artificial Hand( I the imal i-pprovcd permit for the: Officer ot the Submarine Base: I! oak flooring: for its new quonset I plot in City Cemetery. attack. HH wife wa> t... h",
Bltuxl Dank | hut building. Survivors: the widow. Mrs.\ fied to get contrf l .rf th ..u->
this drive for the the above mentioned n"nQrtnni- use ol a tiui-t of navy owned Fiank! Bcntley. Chairman of the .
till lie I the must successful yet 1 I ties and other jabs will be :given MOSCOWeAPI+ Ru"siarhis propt--t> at Fort Ta.I.\I lui; as a Board of Commissioners: and. | Winter caught; farmer Carol Bertie Catherine Russell: four The man who :stopped t > ..
Lindsren with ht corn still in the t tI and a daughter. Charles C. failed to identify himself
j Messrs. Clarence
recreation tom
lK-1.1 upon requeJiLI artificial hand I ai ca negioes.The ; Hig:;!>
1 I, .. invented an tell i meeting was held in the (Continued On Page Six) I j field. He needed harvest help Elmer L.. Harold F.. Jr. Henry
a;! that a: blind man could not I i and offered the Lesion: member; I L.: and Jessie Leota Russell: one
: sub": wasn't real when he shook it. says"Tnid. g ---- ''a fifth of the ('roto -buck it. Mster. Mr.- Myrtle Bowery: one Palace Theater
1 .. S..Ic-! Fier Doors & Windows$ ." The hand was inventedby Approximately 43 nrcnwith I brother. Mcrvm Russell; three
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I '41 Ch... Piek-up Truck. Good Victor Kononov. who lost an To the Public Our Friends( horses and Batons:. went to work I grandchildren. Roy Rogers and JAne Fraser

I Condition. and 140 Packard -atSTRIJNK arm in military service. The an- j ., on the field. The Lc:1.lOnuxll: : i| Pallbearers will tx. Ei I E l"uiler California: Martin *"

TWINS' CAItAftK: : l.p MIIKK YARDI nouncement said the Kononov and Customers tare served lunch. Value ol the jI ii j Hamilton./ Claren t HUS. Sam- Tcchni-. ....
111 Duval Stroot Phone U!I I I I TELEPHONE 816DR. hand can use a hammer. saw I i I Legion's; share ol} t the harvestedcorn mel Pierce. Lwn CU, IVV.. N. NEWS and SHORTS
.. chisel wrench or axe. It can also was, estimated: a'' $1-000. Knowlee aqu l::agent lObel'b.
be used in driving an automobile } fill .Ire f.'ormy: / Invited lit Isla/wrt ; : I

and picking -
writing up anything I '
; a human hand can raise. !
) HARRY H. YOUNG ''be Hundreds using the of Kononov Persons are hand.said m-t. I 1\ppreeiatiou Announcing- I

Foot ,eluding N. A. Nikitin. the famou.
Chiropodist Specialist OPENING of
{ circus horse trainer. He carries I wish to thank all those who
OF MIAMI his whip in this hand. THE CAR WITH THE NEW LOOK" nominated m. Constable for the I

WILL OI'KHATE.: .; ON tl.tr.1': THE.. |pno\t: 134BBHBJBH I tit First District. and I assure the RETAIL FISH MARKETat

l I.i CONCHA: : : HOTEL. . FOK :2 DAYS ONLYfrltluy TICKET OFFICE I public at large that I will per- "I''UO'I'of KUZU'.trill STKKKI{

gad Saturday, May 28 and 29 The TWINS GARAGE form the duties of mv office manner.in KEY WEST FISH COMPANYTELEPHONE
ALL AIRLINES an efficient impartial
for Appointment for Eitherof
Hotel Early
Call La Concha ** I
1 Friendly Studebaker Dealer
1'beM Two Day . Telephone No. 160 HARRY H. JOILNSON 1486
1130 DUVAL STREET TELEPHONE 16$ I Owned and Ooeiated by Local Fisherman I

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. ilte .ru meat (!gitiziit NO "CROWN PRINCE" "iidi; S'S S I;S S S S S S S a TODAY IN HISTORY J LEGALS r rI I Britain's HII

Programs.Daytime 1 (Know America) I Key 1 1AS
"'U.laM roan, Ie..t ""a,. by i OTICK TXDKR mrrmoiXOTlCfi ; Staffs
I. P. .viA! ewe.f ... rbTII4VV. Gloom and hapiness.run' abreast inTallahassee. 1754-Lieut. CoL George SAllE ,"T.'TI.--rF. 1 : InadcIJ

MOMMA* D. ARTM%. BMIMM MM**** . ..SSS.SS.SS.SS.S.SSS. Washington, English colonial' IS HEREBY 7IKS that Gone B
rre Tfce CltlM. B 114lntT Governor. ,,'Csldwell who _' the undersigned Arrtrtng to engage Days )
c-.,*.. Or*.n. and An* 8tre.te officer, surprises and defeats the tit best**** under the fktltln. LONDOAPN.i
Oal ty Dally. N.wspep.r 18 Key West and backed Dan ._McCarty the gubernatorialrace I F 1 French at Great Meadow, Pa. "am. .f TH Bamboo Room foofcJ; J TAlttaT FROM FILES OF
N.ar.. c..t _ Summary the FrenchIndianWar. tail I. onse.- 422 Smith; I.ane Key HeaWt Avir. .....
is i not feeling so well, mentally S fect.d program .. litttd .. I opening up -.t. Florida Intend to rr rl,teri THE CITIZEN OF that the .....- .
Ii .:.t.... at ICe, tTfrt. Florida a* .eoad c-Uae mattarMKVBKN I arc broadcast at th sam.tins No.I .- {i. Mi day tnrMt Friday. Caattrn local' I !( the41rr Court of MonroeCVMtntr. CI' ,
f of IIIIhC
._ -:---- viP. TUB A..OCIATKI1 PHBMT thank you. But that feeling is" not exceptional I tim*. Fur central Mttract ens hour; I 1 i 1755 First waterworks in the F1_...*. __ ... u un" peewlees. -
.. AMMCUI4 ,.,... I* .ZClBSlVelr entitled tO CaldwelPs anybody else in for m.untaan subtract tw. h.( rs. J country in operation in Bethle-j fisted May 28. 194S prtal ,
.. a.. f* ......._t... .t all s.w. .ll.|>.lehee credited in case; hem Pa. j i-OR.iC CI'tRT. A fresh water pipe line to Key At one tin he
.tk. .l credited lit this paper and I I CARLOS OKJJ-PJCH. ; .
I It e* 'vet r I will $2.404,000 accord- hospital be* Were .
ele Ik. local mews published ...,.. his boots would feel the ame. for every MAT 14 THROUGH MAT 28 1827-Jedidah S. Smith Rocky I f>m" n..r!*' cost .
majwR2-1.-lj.1'fll.- .ing to an ngmeenng survey ...,. of Sttff ........
Mountains with
M.ralsOOffOfleTlnflon trader two com- :

.. .*r _atau'.IPT1oo&. ..... .....- .-; ...HATES. $1..., body is human. #: ,la K..- 'T.-fit* I panians. begins the 8-day ascent'of ''It"nT.or! that was made public today.
I 'DEft ,
l.\ _. CJ far**.th.Mt a _.-.-.::'_--_-_-__- ------- La.LTI Among the happy"men in Tallahassee Brelkfast cisbebs5,1SBrliysrl FXrtei" ebOcark the Sierra Nevadas-the first \onrKS' "F.. HEREHT ST2TITE i\EN that Overseas Highway Celebration TOO81ft tbii...

._ ..tat.. _. -- isa the Val!*, lkBnM i white man to cross the mountains I, NOTICE IS ___ 12-inch advertisement (KaowAaeksi
Watson who considering desiring to en r Committee has a :
ia J. Tom the oaderugsed
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\0... --- and make his into California
II th. nt way fxtitlouKnam .
'II 00-Fre Wartot w- in btntlRe1ltO under the Citizen .
today Viacat'
in Tnw.
court justice undoubtedly Music For Yo.-cb I ." Box i .. JStLoMiL37ye.rs.q
RAT,. race he ran for supreme I I from,the East. of -Tmrr Enterio'lees I II
Mr itory Drmm* ab4iM I ,i. Maratho/L Fla. Intends t.t r |rt urging residents to attend the I \
..1 Med. Ka.wa aa A.pU..ta- will be nomiated over the governor JO-How nf Serial-lift* 19 1>-Commander Albert G.1 I I tee raM fictItious nam with the floor show and dance given by Admiral RicanrdMHblifciau \
It With UB t >-mb4> Read the first J! Circuit ourt of Mon- It _
Say makes flight clerk of the
erKriAU !OTICHt : election.No 1: the Key West Club of Miami In ...... i iI
choice in next Tuesday I ... ,
\ An...ntnsT ne4U., cards .f thanks reaotatloaa 11-00-Arthur Godfrey how-tti$ across the Atlanljc from the! roe Cowntr. Florida.i'ste4 ..iMJ I If
1n. dt' ......... .e>ll.arr se l'e! ... _.... eta, will beSares4 other election contest is comparable Breakfast !. Hollywoodabeii:3Gupo i.: ;Way 75. 154*. I LER. I the1 Cine Center in that city, in I form bet to ..
Azores TJ
to Portugal. C Po
e 1w at !>>. rat .I le ".tIt a Il.... AlczAddtr Show-mb1I.4S connection with the local highway land nca
sell,.. tr ....".1"....t br ckurckea from whicha Watson for the 1931 Wind ]i 5.le liwney.may2 : wars aI
with the ran vacan- upsets a passenger 4.
SertaOs cU to
celebration July
,. Jun-1S-1'lI4t : on c. Gr. .
,.. r...*.e l. l* !.. ...r1V.. are) I teCh a line. ZAItsease. : I Joseph w '
sad tavitsa ;*- court bench. Ninetenthsof train near Mooreheod: )//finn.- I bass der to Japra, .
--t': .a.I': r.J..I fjf on 1he.P"eme.! : x
K two die. I .
t111M 11.1Ira.\i6it 'Jtbdtmoula. 12OO-W.'eom.' TravelersKit -*t> ... .T OF ISePErroIt'LEHK i iI Rotary Club yesterday after tary 01 Mate. born
a **r l tsitre. 152I',55i5 ; the people of Florida did not know he 1833-President Roosevrh signs % PO.....". p..f'.;" in .
Smith Sptssmbat2:35.Words
.! ,.1btFr I J - : vei in the race until they saw his name on and )l *le-nt> the Securities Act. I The following 1" a lIst of Inspece resolution U. S. Senator
t lbs B Parramore passed a r.ct. ,.
togethe1with ,,
tore and Clerks. i .
U .l 1.-00-)Unil Half Boor-*b 1935-The U. S. Supreme Court . ... .
sample ballots. In Key West, even Wat I polling places which -.. bees i I i I favoring a community clinic and Roberta a( Wyoming
...... FOR KEY WJS.r I I:1S-T. Happy Cant- nb finds the N. R. A. uncontsitu-' .....tl'd by the Board of County Com-i
son's closest friends and, admirers did not 2:to-Four Hoar of Sltrl&la-aM I tionaL m vi...i en> of )I..n.u"y for the i!I requesting the Monroe county Wales. *7 yaers ago .
0IIIhel know he was a candiate until the eleventh I 2:J9-Brld slid! Crovlh-at* 19-41-President Roosevelt declares Friday Jane 4th. 11411.l'ltIi'lSVF . <'I eluded in their next budget to Federal juristBos4. he*
R,1If hour. But as soon as- they were .informedof Martin Block RooorOa-nibs an unlimited emergency. .......1.. I ...0r_. .....1 ,1 I help finance the proposal. . 4t y.N ago
1. Mort hotels and Apartments. J-OJ-Double or XotMnrcbs' 1942-Jap Premier Tojo's Japan "...
H..w J. Rome
ass blrwl.iS .
n Ne
Ladles De Seated ,
7. Beach and Oathine! Pavilion. his running, they got out and "beat the would "until the influenceof I I r'I.rk'-1J Pieroe..
f=i iQN J.30-Tb* House Party- S. Airports .Land and Sea. bushes"!'! :,,; for-him, as one of them remarkedto Paul WbitemiB Records-At* Britain and America and their Corral, Jaun Itoricejt Jr. Willie '' Victor Larsen, are working Cosai0 4. years
Consolidation of County and 4:00-Hint Haul 4. The Citizen. What happened in the 4 30-Winner Take Art-cb I \\". Hutrhinson. Jo-eph IernaSdez. )- ,,: hard intheir efforts to have thei nbusimn < ...

City Governments election is a personal triumph for Watson : Treasury Band Stand- fIe were 1943 averted.-The U. S. 7th Infantry I I Ani.ritIIlSTSO.2Mo.r. ...... Arewelhia.: I,.i I. city cleaned. up by the time the AevviiasBrtratr* ...., former U. 1 ,j
Auditorium. "' Lewis inc bucn
ft. Community 8-00-Robert ti. :" i Overseas-Highway celebration is i sv i
showing least 1 .... j storms 300-foot cliff Okina- .. I.saly .'.Sr* tI..seJa.lsa. I. .
Hour I on
the -- particularly so after his poor Kiddie later*_bs and Inbs repeats a .. 'Square I I. held. York M yars a*..

in the gubernatorial race whore he I wa. (rl..rk4':1rrl J:. llairrwk :,I Vice Admiral Fret4
B 45-Lum aDd LboercbttstFNETWORK i
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liwthe finished a poor fifth. I"size 1946 or-bread Bakers and ordered rolls to to conserve cut- Inj..Tn Cwtnn!;: : Mtrtle Kilt***i.Thomp i'assama.PItEtISFI.t-haw*, .n. rrolin Jennie*(:i! The'.program held for at the Matecumbeon memorial Sherman Mtr+i. 09 v born*ai' jjc at. Prort ..

MONor.iiArii But to get back to Caldwell. The wheat. SItS I riicestoJt": -
PROGRAMS 1947-22 former Nazi prison !... HH.Hk. ,.!. hers'-. II 'May'29 has been completed ==:-,
Citizen is that the H.. '
viti Andrei Gromyko.rw pleased a majority of eastern LeeI Tim.. For central guards of the Mauthausen extermination Clerk Edward StMbitv. K. llardRer the'.Iocal committee headed by
SIat ; York. voters in Florida nominated Fuller Warren a..tract See koo- t..ota.... camp hanged. I nrpectors-Wdliam Jl Ji"aln.r. ."JrSt..dH -.: H.TJ. Day, announced today The NOn"IoaKi
; $ ; subtract two hours. Some
local stations .
I !*
. ne in the face of the governor's statewide change .ur..t relay to StISCSSSCbeduISs. I i
l U..ar) Andrei : Samnel R. Cinder.PIt54lSTSD.4
dt" .
Last min"t* pr.rani memoratnwf of the men and com-I
The famous poet Shelley once SEBVICB8KEY
.,.. I
h..1tt. One \etoill, not he forthcoming: machine. that was operating; under full cPlanQeS cannot be .ftCl" lived on Poland Street in London lllmh Seh..l %a.e, I men who lost their \'
... I ailed and "-pVfol 55. rombe in the Labor Day '
Staliii'i* demand that YOU return to Uusjia. steam for McCarty. THURSDAY, MAT 27 ,: because the name reminded him 'I..rkJ. Slcnen.Ipz.lnep..i..rs3lle. Mat WEST!

N., a Tom Watson hit the nail the head ( of Thaddeus of Warsaw and ofi t;.... bnrn Plndto -". I hurricane; September 2,,1935. I' on....'. edd..I Sod ...-.. .
aN : ; Yi.u will now accustom'ynur&elt to on Ivsalsp ;i I freedom. rl MkklerVm. lunral' Hamilton ! I II ...taaSa... .. ....... ....

"& intea l of when he dubbed McCarty the "Crown I:OO-News Report._IS Mn-! -nbo I _Pimler Mrs. Juinna n_ '. D lbert Bethel of Key Ldrgo. I *.e.> ..e. lisa -........
III) I ..
.yilll' ) Newscast -: I 211 .._
Kvery Day-cbs I Ire
Ima Prince." As Watson explained, McCarty Network Silent, Hour-abe-east I.I Subscribe to The Citizen. VAr4. I\4T 0.3 is in Key West visiting relatives.Dr. ,. Nf %% ..t.**.:N. TH Kn __
THK OKACLE. KiddIes Hour .. tommaslip halt William R. War
(repeat)-abc-west I and Mrs.
mad was nominated, it would mean that subsequent Network Silent U hr.)-mbs-east ISIk .. sad llwefc .55., Gainesville yesterdayto ScienHJ.ePEST
KIddIes Hour (repeat))-mbs-wesl LEGALSNOTICK PI..r"1".01 S. HanioI'I I I ren left for
I governors would be in a position, I ln"pertor.:-Mr'. Mary )I.It..a..1 attend the graduation exercises CONTWXSUBTERRAN
.*.1S-Sports. Music Time-tike I ---S .... .I.."......" \fro :o.. ,..rrmarnn..r. .
: Of Men and Books-cbs- of Florida Their<<: .
at.the University
through their machine to decide who their Karl KeIrstead.PIIESI5Pt5.
haF' : ':30-Chicago Orchestra! -cbseastLium XOKR is dancer of the
and Abner r.peat-cbs-s.st : .%".: HTVTI TKNOTICK ; son..;; :William. a Soded
would be.
successors haiaber .f < ...eree R.n.'aCV. (:
..4S-Newwast by Threer--f IS IIKRKBV IVKV that ........ KtvrMsi 'i seniorc1ass.. !
Rat : In thi I Jjwue (if The Citizen are to be Yes, The Citizen i is pleased that the Lowell Thomas (repeat.Ill I the tindernlltned. tlrluring. In enrage n..rkA.. \\oodbnrn.. I ;. _! ___ :I TERMITE CONTMGuwaaf.ed
atII' 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-baaio in hufflnetw under the fictiliouaname ..I Insp.cInrs-Ihas. IV. n2rk. Al 1 Today The Citizen says in an
I found the advertisement of some KeyVmt "Crown Prince" tactics were killed by the lbs BuU.b Shew--cb'* >_ ofIop Anchor Rexiaurant Hare S'harie.' FunitS.PIIEF1I1' I
: News and Commentary_berultoa ;Marathon Florida intend to repri- %O. t editorial -paragraph: :
S voters on Tuesday. Lewis, J r<-nibs ter raid fictitious name with tbe Taverwier Ur ar "i.rcTa.erMler. "Cratit. de is shown to be a
II'vi' \ merchant These merchant' i 1 DRY
are, > of WOOD
: T:1S-News and Comment-nb% clerk of the Circuit urt FiendS the
jack add roe County. Florida. Clerk' ::-"Vf. RodneyJhurv. great virtue, particularly at : TERMITE CONTMt
Smith: bone-cbs
vi'WI' through the medium' of our I paper, asking Franklin D. Roosevelt Daily Commentary" > Hated Mai :e. 194tCAROIVN "n-I ln..pel..r!.:-J. R. l...nal.l..on, OeoXlliur '"I time when: _we are victims of in- Sloapeeliss.
popularly News Dinner Late-mbs C. BPJGII.M.lANi l_ W. UroomfleMIftiled .
: : ) I gratitude.. : .adiailk.sS .. ...
: for your nupport.We known by his initials as "F.D.R. If Rob- 73o-A. Rolllnl Trio-rbo I i : :N., ttr.lr.IIAM.my2.1S25i1S4S. . Hay 5..th. U411. ? .......-.

Iha ; all realize that thousand of dollar ert A. Taft becomes president his initials Bob Crosby's Morgan ClubcbsHenry -abc-eaM t!to\I.' ROOK C' ..y..r. i DOUGLASS SCHOOL I'' CALL or WHITE TOMff

Crfild WorId-ata-wsM._ >OTI('K NIJFR FirTITIOlNOTICBK lerk Circuit fourt. Sine*
; iro' out of Key Wext every year that "R.A.T," do not look so well and will be News Comment-mbs7.4S ,A.I: "TTtTH Monroe Count Florida I CHORAL CLUB IS I _

i hMild l/e and could he pent In our com popular only with his enemies of whom Kd-Hirkness irroweascbS Comment- joe. / the under..iKned IIKRKHT. desiring' I\toenicaire EN that mas7'lt I TO GIVE RECITAL" i II

AtUldt It hehoovefl all like all presidents he will have Sports Comment-mbs "* in l>0 \ the fictitiousname l\ TIlE 4-01 XT" Jl UC.J-C f'..lRT.IN .
I ). thinking peoplet a plethora. ':CO-Henry Aldrich' Family; -nbeF ::f'"t Texaco Seryice .t Mr FOil 1IOROI"Ot"T1.. t. The Choral Club of Douglass

t ronftiiler thin matter and. keep us much Front.B.L In Pate Peace-abc-es& V,'t ar-cita Florida." 10/)1). intend White street.to register Krnt..aid. rl4>RID. '... 1% PW0115T14.j;School will present its second an- I II I .

of home poanible. TO MAKE FARMING PAY .:lIery Queen-abc-west n '*UJou- _. beth the Clerk of In re 31.Rl.n.l>tal of..I H .III.t'RER.! I moat spring Recital in the School ,
onr money at as Lucky 'al"tnltrs-ntbs the Circuit tonrt of Munrr. t".un- I............. I I Auditorium on Saturday evening.. Orlio ,minatmt](Xk

S The Idea that the nlogan. "Trade at t:30 Mr.-Bums Keen* Allen Drama; :nbc cVs t.". FloHda.Itated ')lav. I!. lIlt OTirK OF .%PPUirTIOr"OH'IIH4.KXotloe I May 29 al eight o'clock. 0.. .f..MIU4v
Hl l)l"4
I Home'* 1 U the denp'airing cry of a dying Emergency extension of present gov- Ellen.Queea-'abc-Ssst: ,*, > .. O. .\. R1SSEI.L.!, is hereby given to all 441 W. rLAGLER R
Henry iIorganabe.webrBackus
I i Sol Owner I
t community, I h ubiurd although there nreorpe I ernmentj program, designed to support Talent -Hunt! i1be ,rf..*II mayrt-20-27.. :jnnS.1 4SI .. t'. .... whom:.l'U?'It-.mar a,, x..utrlll concern that of the FranceA I....."t I!.: The United the battlefields States is scsap and MIAMI. FLA.
S5 Five Minutes News -ct hunting
.. << ritixenA who claxxify it in thin \vi
ing and Agricultural Hall..Al Jvlson -nbe. ..:\ R'TH ii nIla. 4 IR4 I ITOF the Honorable Raymond R. Lord.County I mills here
1 U Committees but the .
T..n-tH..tln an art practiced hy those Dick Haymesartety. -THR' STaTE OF r I.UH.n'. INNll I Judge in and for MonroeCOUHIX .
)Hire wideawake\ communities made Senate Agricultural Committee favors \\lllle Piper Skit_bo _% FOR MONKOK TU. NTt.IN . Florida her FInal Report I -- ---- -'--_. -
so a Gabriel lleatter. COmmentmba5:15News .. I .
for her
I 4 IINI and has made application II : .......
.lay citizens who hclie\e in their town antisvpport permanent' program. .Broadcast-mbsI C._ >.. II-3TH In..i discharge so .such Ke.-ulrix.
I :30-Jack Carson & ETC-obe MERfJIT \\ IAVIS, ated, thi :5th dav of May. A. n ,
: their merchant The present Act under which the gov- Crime Photographer : Plaintiff. 1t4'! I i 1
Candid II vhone-abe-ust T'.. un OH< K (* France A. Bate! .
: The merchant of thi city are not a ..krH ernment supports prices at ninety per cent Front Page-abc-wst I."XOIARnIXE TIN I A. Kxecatrix ..f the f.atn
Andy Russell Ie.lew-mbs efendant ill and Testament of Vary ..
i 1.',. nor entitled to "('harit).." If they of parity will automatically! expire on I ':4S-Movie'Backglouod-.mbs onlFlt-OF PIHI.II'%TION LOuIse -heurer.. _ae
j rannot deliver the ] December 31. Unless takes 10:00-Bob>> Hawk: (Jui*-nhe I TO: I A\ Curry Harris. .
a goods at equal prices, Congress some Magazine Theater-cbs Lyndla Corrine I>avl!". \ltorne for RxeoutrixIN

: ifttiiritjr. connidrred. they certainly do not action the level of support would drop Child; World MIcrophone-abc-West-abceastCandid "1 You trlffla.POrllla.are hereby; required. to appear -, may'-U---:7.nn'l, It's Leap Year Gfr.sl

: "tpe'
: tftkp into consideration the service that I parity figure. First Nighter play-cbs cau?e on or before the 7th day of 41.. THE "T'TK OK .'I.OHII)\. tTtw 1
To Be Announced-ib June. .\. I>. I.Ul. otherwise the slip.gations I |\ \M I--OH >IO HBK: 4 01 'T"U"H' *.
: ;t tr 4i...k. up a sale. made hy a local l hu"inerM !< I Parity, it shoold be understood is the Dance Music-mbs Contained"onr..I'd therein will betaken ;I IN .. First girl in ear town to"ret her bow K1*wMl fcr eUcTftirtthak
10:4S-Earl Godwin Talk-abe I as tase 11-353
: .HM>. the immediate delivery effected price calculated to give to the farmers a II:00-News *: Variety I hrs.-nbe \ I't>.NK Florida ANK tl ORPKREn.i* !ItS day at of May.A KeyV.s' .:I SARA J\NK R, .\N \\tiUT5\MOTT a.." om Leap Year was the C p- their heads ever MM. yMMKcnerfttiMi.

the convenient term often allowed ani .reasonable relationship between the pricesof News Se'A5o and Variety.Dance Dance Cao"-abc 2 hrs_-cbs I' 114S. "-. I'laintiff I>I\4)K4KTII ev I per daughter Jane. ..-b..eII Bal fit.. es.. .. lt hdrcd .

I : News Dance Band 2 rs.-mba: <,'lltt.t'IT 4''01'RT SK\L.) .I\I\S ii.\nOI.') \\'oU\1IuTT. Webster* boy last Saturday. .! year .*..)
lrM' riMirteou ("onlhl"ratiun'f'xtf'mled.! it the things they sell and the things they lnoo. C > .S 12:00:-Dancing Continued-abc-west : of Circuit Court OF P' HUT.O'TO' I When I.asked Bill Jr. if it wa Bat fteeu who r. 11M. yw.
: wM'l' $ 1 IM plain that "buying at home" hat buy. The base period, upon whirh supportis RT. : .Anne C. t. nKWorlh.leputt: I
Clerk true thatj;Janey really did the proposing people if a.a-ryi.g ae ......

Its ftilttintajre' now formulated takes the years 1909- LEGALS I II. Enrique E-qutnald Jr.. Thomas I'. S s. .>Harplcl.llItam r al.,"..aX n. ,BiD said: No,but she made every bit as c. M* **\ Wt M M

When buy here thereby creating 1914 as a period in which .\ltorntfor. Plaintiff. i . P. .\. 2':. '! .e'd" make ideal wife.
you agricultpre en- I mark -U-29-27.IJ1S.IN are Fleet Post Office. it plain s an eWers mtn-tm their .....-

I 2 I a ilrnuinil.. the lured! merchant will be able joyed a fair share of national income. lTHK 4 1114'I IT 4 4>l KT U.. THKI I II Norfolk.irgmU.. Instead of looking for diversion or (a gtaM. e f beer fr .........*..
-::1.\: K\TH Jt 11141 U. 4 hilt IT THK "UU" IT lot HT 4>F Tin You are herebrequired to appear
!,. ''ftf'fP8J'I" their "tovk thus This is . I til iiorre filed a>ah.t. .j excitement every evening she was erases. and ce.s ...... fc*
.M offering a an assumption that the facts do 41. TIII5rTF: UK ILiltli % Et.a: :\ KNTII JIIIKI\I. 4 lIlt ITOF to the I I for ;
re IN iSI> FUR >!"%HOK"4'4>lT'. Tin STTK OF 1011111%. INNI I ton in the abo\e Mi led cause on or I content to chat beside the Cre. Jane art Bill %*. best' 5I IM
\nr44-ty. that nn compete with nome of the not .support. In the five years referred to l\ 4 ll\4. KK%. .% > H.K MONKOK 44IINT*. efore the JIM day of June. '. p194S. 'I
I mnfm.. |l t>7 I IN SIItSl-H: %.! otherwise the allegrationn ron- "I could plainly see,* says Bill
!* ,t4 rp4i in large mftropolijan center They and at the present time income of agriculture ..txxli'.tvis,: \n.\N. I_mnf ,.. II3.HIKL t:1IA..1 therein will be taken anon- *
l'I.laUff.v. \'.\ J. t.\'.\NS, I........... f that: wed really have a happy
emtot do this however until .they have<< : is much smaller on a per capita basis, Itn OIMKA10P.P.IS Plaintiff. I I I"" ,NK .*M> ORPKRKn at Key '. bone life;-which: Is just exactly

I l. ...*...e wurance of art"neralluc l \UPport.] I than the'income of other economic. groups. 1AVEl.l. DefendantOHW KAPLAN. I | T*. F. E\ .XNsl.Itefendjnl. IM' IIl(1ltP.x.JASIIX : -\\,-."It.t. rloriflo.154 H. this nth day of. May.A *: what 1 want. from marriage."

i\\ :II 411HLU'Tt..., I IIIEC1iTEt'RT' $";\I.. .
t The Citizen call* attention to the fact \\P e call attention to these facts because Tel. OK III:II OF PI Hilt'\TIONTO Roes C Kaw) -r, 1 -

I II. trtat. I 11..1'1'1" Lw"' el| "'a..18n.aCI .\ : Clerk of Circuit Court. I : t-
a community like individual there business I II ,* ,
an can- are many :; men who : East:: b..lKi1rcet; :. IVnj-imin: ... Keans.Inkmwn.. Itv: Florence I*. Xaw' er. i I Ct1pyril"- t'jJei lrearrj

['1. N.t al..n"| | Itt money and keep it too but jealously: condemn what they call "sops to X'c.rk.. X. V.Y"i Hf*i
are hereby re|>earl i I y.,l, are herehrequired to appear William V .\lhnrti \, .
1 9 eummumty made up of many people. who farmers." This is a singular attitude in <. the Pill ..( (--.Hn.lainl for tli\..r.-efllml ... the Hill for l>ivi.rce filed !. .\ ..rnef. ..r I'laintiff ,
afain in the almsen .
) n a",.ainvt you m the JM.Ktyled man-2ljitn31OlI4: $
.fwnil their. at home iew of the tilled aitM. "H Ihe 2IM Ur .,f June. .
money can spendIhwt provisions in the income tax cane on or l -f'.re the 71 Ii d iof
. .
\ I. lilt.! otherwise the allegaU.n . .
June \ I' l4x. .therwive the alleRations I IN Tin 115(1 IT 4 01 HT OP lIvE
$ nioHey I time and I time ngain amonp ittMWII law to permit corporations to receive a refund .>f said. Hill "ill|| I... taken an nnfesxetl ; contained therein. will 1..1 *:1.1-\ ESTII JlliHIll. 4IH41ITItF /i/ .

|I.K0rI| ... of taxes paid in war years whenever This II lie isth. day ..r May: .\. I>. I: taken IxiNKM as: confeSsed.'.1:1.:1:1-:11| at Kevevt IN "U THE HIM TTK MONHIIK 4>F t-IOHIIit.lIlt 'Tt'
I!.ii. .
\\- Mori.la iliiv. :4,1 li): of Mav IN I II N4 t.Hl.Ca .
I they suffer financial losses. This policy, in WI n.TI'r .Oil' ''JIT SElL' 1 I A. I'. l'Mtllll4iiT.. I ..e N.. II-.14

STREET OPINIONS the eyes of hard-headed business men I 4 HO I lerk H 1 of Sunjer the irf'"t'r..rt., I COPRTRov* I.sCAt Sawyer.'l.rk ) JXMKS C.. M.U.URPI'lainlirr.

I:, : ted I Florenr I:. >'anerIT I
of f.ir.it CourtPy
represents; wisdom but similar assistance I... : (*dl. .\0.... I'. l....nm ...rthKrpnlv I V M. KFI.KIN :MALUAKfitiefendant imOHCK4LICK .
Jnliu F. St.Jr.
We we where |MdI of Washingtonrrr ) extended to farmers, is considered something --.I.,. ii-.r f..r I'laintiff Cl.-rk. I
William V .Ptihiry..ltt..rn.Y hullER 4>F PI HI.14 % I
MHindent| indicaten Hint the news.H j of a dole. 1I-ijun.IIt.It41O: : : : for Plaintiff TO: | When yeVrebvying yard (vods, eve
may.Ia.l,4t.1:: : !. .
Alice M Kflein!
..I..r I writer think that Senator Arthur I The importance of maintaining the IN THR ('IRTI IT ('01. RT OP Till: i SIOC Qualaman Mallard..%vrnle. 1] a smell Mimpe. lives you M Mea sheo.I

,H. \'uiiileulaerg, has a Jl'cOI! ihance to win r:I.fr.l"r.NTM J| 1114 I tl. eIHI IT4IK IN THK rlltl I IT tOt RT 4>F T.n:1 Norwood 12: Ohio I|, col_, weave and finith.
agricultural this .. Sean have
I production country can THE STTK 4IK tlOHIUl. IN Klt\l-.NTH: JI 1)1(1 U. Olmit IT \ u are her -l>\ required to appear o***
the Republican nomination. This i.i in- hardly be over-estimated. It i is not too .%M) I-UK MONIIOK_ till NTt.IN I .OF% TIlE.'UltI.ltO.HTTK 4.F.:II".OH INTI.IN IU,.. INND I i ..., In the the Hill above of Complaint Styled causeon f9riMvvrrt I even farther with their two weWefM. new

terrating no dotibt, repr''enting th continual much to assert that the life of the nation J.311LI.X Ia'. b.Ml.'I.'.H.."H"H'I I I No. ll-.tM 4.H4NI..;H\.I *. 0.or 1941 before.other the !21.>....t the day allegation of; June.,* I. swatch books Swatches are .. geftelevt

effort of indi\iduaU to .predict i fu-. .depends upon the products of the soil. PIaItaIU.ye ... JOSEPH )r.\; <;\ |>. I therein will' be taken. as ronfewvd.Thi you can get a deRrWte f feel! of tHe lokck,
llioRE Plaintiff. Order in I. be published
tifre e\ent JCaturally! these products depend upon the HF.TTI.OnR": ltIl>. 1 I ye- un Dviii'I once .a week for four consenttieweeks 1 Meat of' haw it will handle, it* nernil teitwteand.
Is-rerolant. I.II-B.\ BERIJCIXRAM. in The Key \\ e,t CltireQ. aneWsnolr I
One i I" reminded by such predictions intelligence and labor of those who till oHiiFii op piiuirTinItett \ i v TH-fendant" 1",1.II..h. in the Cii) of .colors.Matt .

of the tendency' of 1IOIts writers to foreeast the soil and work its other resources. TO: \ Ln..i... MudKRjn thi l th I i of, all yow'B, marvel at the wide rang

the I.l .2 Porahonias St.. Uuha Derexlna Raoi. c1AY of Slay, .\. l>. I14xRosn I el....dion.- sillt
outcome of a1hetfc.t>nts., :-As a ..' Fertility of the soil of this country i .\lexander Park.I'orbm..uth. are of Ella ZahelI7 vSEALp pun light wool., heavy
rule. the voice the MrKinla:; East ilh St. c Sawyer woolen and qv2tin.-.for' Soars has the.
expert is! little better t Lt been prolonged by the development of You are hereb-v required to ap- Brooklyn New. York. Clerk of the circuit.' Court' I I
than. the voice of any group of peopl 'one commercial fertiizers but pear t.. the Bill for l>ivor.-. filed You are hereh\ required to appear Monroe Count' *. Florida bgg.1t'hlno of yard ....'.. .. any .. 1
those familiar against the above R '
I you In. styled to the Bill for imorce filed : Florence Sawyer. ,
iwifrht meet on the treeK *rk"I anywhere 1
with the use of land realize that soil ero- June. .\. n ItU! oh..nri..e the a11c. I i cau* on or before 'ha7 : day of !I I Allan R Cleare'. Jr.. .I
sion constitutes definite June. *.. D 1z4! *. other i"e the alle- { June. .\. !'. 194<(. otherwise. the alle-I I i SoM.! -nor. for Plaintiff. I II ::1
a threat to the ali .n. contained therein Hill htaken ; : th.r"inIII be I I may 2*-27. J"-n3-te.nU.I c. ,
The ure.t way to present war with welfare of American I a" .-.."f.."jtedI i r: "n".S"; confeed. :!I .
agriculture. This .
I KiNK *M. oRI>KRft> .
at Key I-ONK XN1
Rnia. i 1- to let her know that we are ready explains the effort that is being made to I .w. ,... FI"rl. . i I \\ ..t. H->n.U. this ORPKRKn Jth day at..f May KeV >. :
\ I' nf" I .\. I'. 114' I Ic.II't'IT [ AlBURY and SON
(CIRl'l IT 4''H'UT SK\L) I j.I Senk.
soil ( COURT SK\U
encourage conservation throughout the .... ) We Specialize All
KO iSawyer.: I I Pos In.
ft,. J. n. Nash! educator: "The three nation and, obviously, zone of the best Clerk ..f Circnlt Court: 4'lerk* C tf Sawyer Cinuit Co' 'irt. |.I Kinds of Neon Signs PHONE
J. Bv: (yd> Anne .'. la.ngworth, I ly: (nil Anne C. l.,.>nKworlh; ,
rv't 'mental' and
I flop-house. in America methods .. I Lighting Stripping 648-M
of conserving the soil is to Deputy ...r&;;. J I.eputy Clerk I
art, the radio. mo\ie and pulp preserve Knnnue inlnaldn.. Jr. I I I I William V. ,\lhurr.Attrny . ::1. ('.......... blIlk .no, I Corner Fleming and Siniontun s.Irrrts
magaE nes. the people who cultivate it. Attorney for Plaintiff | for Plaintiff he, bIcet (..aeceatnaad ,
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'I. of .. / ;ermanjFYlendsArc ,'
4 tMfe&1anfc ati1IN .'.0... .-j ExpensiveFRANKFURT

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t bYS .. IbM headquarter titer 'of the PHARMACY Inc.PHONE fDuta1
American Omipai Array *f.tb 199 .

,, raw .f M4.a meek, the pro- and Fleming Si*. PRESCRIPTION. DRUGGISTS Key We I., l10ritla
vot mai har> lf>c* r pj>rU. The,
offM* MM| utMMt 40 percent of i i't
the .I "
W.Nrxn suffered from \enere.fcl
rrnefacifk t (!rtnan police .r- r,operating .... .. GRADUATIONHEADQUARTERS
p1. a' with militAry poltre In ridding' : .
the.ttfttl 4If JX-UW\L.but Lck
' anti ., 44 hu. itaJ spate prohibits ade-l.. :. -:',
+ecre. .. ,quite tome for tht'mhe reportsdys.'A5 I . ,"
inrrcare was reported in I
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the number of H"- l +GIFTS
pti>.IM 1"01I'd"-1 ies.ae .. -
s in which the \'cum spent a I .f
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iurU night with a nv* found acquain-I N. for HER
toner and awoke to find money.: "
at'r airh.. ctothing *n-i friend mu- .:', :uul'
The office soul Amri : -: : "; "
btYork ,. cing. ina '
should be "trwre wtk-clivtr" ia' ... ':,}' .':- fur IIBI

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h" fefi out of a tree while hang-I i
-. inx Ut a swine Gab Dankn has!! ,
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: I dsi..ataih.the past cifhtttn >e.r, on hu
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listening to the radio. 1.w
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2 High School Students- -1 ;''.. I h I/- y Whafs at 1M Doing CjASSIpIED '1 {

i. : - Are Selected:- "By Legion ' I' ARMED SERVICES '

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Jackson Square. Whiteh"d Information for the Adicrt r. ,

To Attend State and Southard Streets BATE* FOR RF.GCLAK ..* TArIIs., ..
Boys I. t BLACKfACC TYPE H aymcat fflr riaaaifieJ .. "
'IJI1IJDIIJ ItIhlllDlilliWlIUIIll WlllIIiIItI MMM rrnnneeeata Is tntarUMxilar f .#.
.\drertlsemeots ands this head advertiser With [
VINCENT 1 Thursday Will bt inserted in The Citizen at musts tney lure
t AND* ttt rata Sit 2ca word for each Inrti meow .hsryr.d.
9:00 .'.M.-Dance; John Pritch- .. ... but the minimum chance for ..LIt..TIGIS DElULftt .4r
I JACK SMITH AJIEDI] BEAUTY QUEEN ard and His Orchestra. Friday rat for Marfcfaev, i r pe The ltisea *tftc* leeM
word:aDd the minJinaBj charge for o'clock in tile asorrias a the 4
.BY ARTHUR SAWYER 8:30 P.M. Bridge, Pinochle and the first H words U lie. of. publication.All . fi

Movies. :
POST Saturday : antler the I
< advertising I* pt fHlo-afcy .4ttipJie
8:00 P.M. Movies. Tt
I II venffcr error la advertising. tranvlrnt or ......tr.eL T''e" ..Vtlsae wiN ,
A regular' meeting of Arthur 10:15P.M.-Second Show. feature responsible osier for the first insertloa III (1aultle A<.ultola.. a* .
Sawyer Post No. 28, American announced at the Club.. DU,lar--4crtlalBa- only the actual amount of spay ..e.v.Jtr. .> .
.. part .o(L the advertisement where 'the ... .
.. . Sunday : error -evr. .
t... Lcgidn-was.held.' laspvcning at M.Javaaub. .'- s PI .a w w w- ._ w . _ _ ._ ._. _
I the legion Home, Stock Island. 9:45 A. discussion - - - - - - - - - - - !Ill '

i The application of John E. Group. FOR SALE | FOR SALE .
i. Sands Jr., was approved for I 11:00 A. l\L-'Go to CHURCH '
; .( '.. membership. -. j I I Parties." Antique. Victorian furniture,small Bungalow small story -
r Classical Hour
3:00P.M. selections
+ t... Dr.. Herman Moore addressed -announced. ., walnut desk carved gentle- lime grove en a-

I ; .' the membership relapveto the Hour man's chair platform rocker. lots size 50' x 126 each
9:00 Fellowship on
I :' Blood Bank which
visit the I
yjill the Patio. Community Singing chairs drop-leaf table. 517 ;: section. This can be bw jq
.t city on June 4. An all-out effort Eaton.
I Beatrice Moreno at' the :. may25-3U, easy terms. Johni c ei' &
is being made to secure as many ;
son. Phone 372
donors possible. William R. j may
j I M. Coffee Hour. :Dinette set and bedroom "
. : W IT'n. 'Jr.. was named chair- 10:00 P. i j I living room -
Yr Camera Club meets each suite, two lamps four | J Jrugs,1 Plumbing
'mart of the Blood Bank Vommittec. !' I supplies. comp.U.j.
; I Thursday at 8:00 P. M. four sets of drapes, and stock. Plastic tile, paM4s -JIiI
Legionnaires to
desiring con-
G. S. O. meetings (Girtf Ser three' tables. 78-2 Poinciana brushes.
I Murray, Pfu b(
tribute were urged to contact ....
j! vice Organization), every 2nd Place may26-3txj 1532 N.W. Knd .
Warren-or call telephone 619.I I' II Street .
j I and 4th Monday. I Fla. Phone .
District Commander Vance C.I' raayl
,i i Game Room: Chinese Check. FOR RENT i ...
Stirrup gave an outlin of the I
{ ers, chess cards ping-pong, pool -
Three homes in
National Convention to difftlircRtill
be held in Miami on |October { writing desks library; current stOre to iet 35x68-At 218 Simonj'j of town. Two bellabcaeis.

17-21. . j I magazines various table games don :'- :IL.Altroan, Phone I' Call 736-R or 124. 411
i (etc 682. / may21-tf j
: '. Post Comntartder Cc rge A. Street.
{I Showers tennis rackets golf '. tI5vely.three
Warren anounced the 1 ollowingicate.
{ clubs fishing lines cameras,
appointments: judge adv Ig1officer. I Tbedroorn house with Electric '
t t ( checking service. film service, refrigerator; hrrrt;
J' 1 natius- Lester; service .j] mailing I and wrapping packages Iar.c'garden for adult family j j"only. cnty-five Leghorn ptiile4s:
.t .' Salt To, January first. $IOO !
Jack A ders: Adjutant I, j I receiving messages phone,booths, : White Street r
Vance C. Stirrup; house rommit-I I stamps railway express service monthly.. Telephone. 10214mhy246tx |
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tee. Frank Aritas U. J. JDelgado, :I !
available to SERVICE PERSONNEL -
White outside
William R.Varren.. Jr William '
; fclisch and George W. 5 ikes. Lesleigh DavisDirector.-. i FOR RENT-ROOMS I 9-inch electric fans,' ,
t erty A Co.. 84$ 0>1iis.
It was announced teat Di-
Gerald Pinder-Program :
rent Molina. Jr., son of Mr. and rector. j Light housekeeping .rooms $5.00 Packer. Call 1597.i tees!
Mrs. Vincent Molina. pr- 1125nith ; a? Buchanan t !
Beverly Secretary. 16 $15.00-per week 411 Wil-
Margaret St.. and Jack son Doreen Cruz InformationDesk I liam Street may4-lmox I j i Pressing Club. Good 'eta .
I of Mr. and Mrs. Lou SI ith. 1215selected Aide. i j good business opportval :
I Varela street have bee | i 809 Duval St teliyM
: tr> attend Boys State .t Talla- Cool. furnished .room.with private -

t. lassee on June 20-26. The boys ; dUUU6UIUUltlllUtUN.C.C.S. entrance $8.00 per week.I: Swi-Cycle, A-l .
704 Eaton'Street mily25-3tx.
are High School students. Bo'sShtf' i I paint. $75.98 caste. ..d
is an annual Americanism ; r !I Ashe Street
project sponsored by thp American | _; i 1021 Duval Street OVERSEAS S HOTEL ;

Legion.It 4 DEFENSE FORCES ltl7 Fleming Street I
LUSCIOUS. HAZEL EYED Used electric ref
was stated the colors for the i .' i i.Weekly Rates .
'" Sons of Legion Squadrtn would j: Jeanne Crow (above). 20.year. PROGR.OI"JlllwlmumlUIIIiiIIIUllUllllllUlnJlllUUlHUummnr *$8.00 to $10.00 without Bath I feet 1983 GE D+e de).

be dedicatedand presented at j; 'old model el 'St. Petersburg. S12.00 to $15.00 with Bath new urjt.. otherwise8ouddition. .i6&

. the 'next regular meeting, June I Florida will *be one of mo ethan THURSDAY t maylO-tl i CaM between
I 6:00, p-m. 613 Ldea. &.
1'th.A twenty contestants fitem V:00 A.M. 5:00 PM. Sewing I
sound -1.
film. "Young Orators I '
j t all the in the Miss Machine Cool comfortable furnished room. 1 1f
Compete for Legion I Scholar- | over tate. Typewriter Writ-1

ship' was shown. The showing j i I I Florida Beauty Pageant to be ing Room, ,Showers. f: Whitehead opposite court Street. house.may27-3tx 513 i 1 cabin boat, 30i tone. Sl
a thrilling presentation of held id Jacksonville Beach. Flan FRIDAY tiO "
was I wide. Ii A mo< T. Bt>14
the 1947 National Hirfi School June 25-36. Miss: Crow is a 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing good condition. Ne

Oratorical Finals. The contest formidable opponent for the Machine, Typewriter, Writing I FOR RENT-COTTAGES I offer above $960 l"ehwI'r

subject matter must be[based on other: contestants for she is, Room. Showers. equipped. Wn\c r.o..Bt&
the U. S. Constitution. The 1948 truly 'a QUadruple threat queen. SATURDAY Furnished, new one-bedroom cot Key West FU. '

National Finals was woa by Jim- :; In addition to her "Miss St. Pe 1:00 R1L 6:00 P.M.-Picnic. tage near beach. Adult couple .

my Grant of Orlando. Grant re- tersburg" title she also wean Fishing (sign uo in advance). only. No pets. The Price Organ- Public SenII
cc'ived a S6QOO.<< !'Cholanlip sit the I three well deserved" crowns: SUNDAY 'ijation. Realtors. 411 Fleming. IOU wanaisonal -

1/. .-. 'Georgia. Institute of Technology. I I I Azalea Queen. Tarpon Roundup 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A JkL Communion SC'.Phone 124. scientious,/heiseat plumbingme t+bler
t The Winner of the County Finals 7 mayll-tues-thurs-sat-tf
I| Queen and Watermelon Breakfast White
prove you ca jet ft i
was Lois Winkler # West high School. $ 'I hopes to add the coveted "Miss (2nd Sunday). FOR RENT-APARTMENTSFufnisaed 1

(.' Jack A. Saunders. chairman of 1 Florida, which will entitle her ':00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing rnayl5sattuetbwi

.. the Memorial Day committee. an- to compete for the Miss America Trip (sign up in advance). apartment, 3 rooms it,4
Ladys bicycle. seel
nounced that Memorial Day services crown in Atlantic City this Information services housing.city and bath. Maid and janitor tgR
would be held 6t Maine'Plot. I+I I II hon: 16-gaugc 4gra.
Fait maps.
City Cemetery, at 5 p. m. )I . 1 Religious literature, library 'Service, linens and utilities (ion. never bern used

.. on Sunday.Nosey. -Gj S. COMING DOWN I telephones, stamps, wrapping and I furnished.al Hotel Apartments Summer rates. cor-I able.upstairs.615 Fleming sc...:.1

I mailing packages railway express Post Office. ma.)% ,
OGALLALA; Nth-.AP.-It service, laundry
Neighbors? could- ae' been a truck dirver's I'I'I available to all PiCk-UP-1 I Will sell 3-bcdroom. u
Efficiency all utili-
I niehtmaie. but. itvas brutally and their families. apartments house for $6999. Dslwfr
VENICE.. Cal.-Puzzled when I I real for Norm 'n' HVMP/ of Grant. I MRS. E. S. COUGHUN, ties furnished. Adults only. Also mcnt $1009. balance $i9

they saw Carl Waldin seated by ; Neb. He rode'+R calL'lr ss. runa- Executive Secretary. sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 ly at 6't annual interecC 1
the, window of his home in ex'actly I '.hddro. j I double. Sttitz Hotel. 410 Flem-
\\ ck.fcf'.J.iquified: gas II'II''a II'I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. P.O. Box 24. twaf3i
I' the same position for six 12 blocks dowiGy Jlala's main Secretary ing Street may7-tf

days neighbors called police.Waldm I I business ,thur- ugbtarc' with'out Twin Hollywood beds S'
had been shot through the scratching a'lffndcr oir" bowlin? I "Unquenchable lau ht'r' in the furnished 2 1-2-room apartment iron double bed large many .
heart, an apparant 'uii-tde. over pedestrian. Utilities furnished. $69.00
a I days.o( Homer was that which class-tup ewfre tHe.
arose among the gods when monthly. Couple only. Apply
WAKUKNS TO UK fireplace set Siegersewing
FAMILY watched Vulcan 915 Windsor Lane. may 11-If
bustling about to machine, nwrrwr*. hwelhc1n.
-- wait on them-the joke that
4. was lawn mewrrr. abi

''I _______ -.- 1 Vulcan was lame. Completely furnished new efficiency classes, other item $1; .....
I apartment Electric re- ...,....
I : 1 I STORAGE frigeration. Continuous ho
water. Phone 215. ma '26-t(
i. Cushman sroutrr. new We, ..
: Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor running condition. SrM.

Ii commercial. Phone ;98. Efficiency apartment." Couple ply after 4:3 pjn. 997 Wi....i

mayll-tf only. Paul's Tire Shop. Street m.,3t'"
m l '26-6tx 4
: Lot. 48 x 59. Drivel and Iaee .,

1942 Nash. Small efficiency apartment. $45. Phone 156-J fur p ticWaN.
4-door radio. heater
i No children. Phone 1094-R. Iftatftl i
M seat: covers complete motor may26-2tx
o overhaul. 795. 38 Rest Beach.
i Two lady's. brie.des. vu..l M.H
I may25-3tx Three-room. apartment Sleeps days. B.4k n ti..*. $1109
four. Children wanted. One- each. 1990 SUpte IM.IA
1940 Buick. Special. 2-door. $800. .
room apartment. twin beds and ..
Call 1100. Ext. 308. maj25-3tx .
shower. Both on beach. Phone Two electric ffw.phjmber's wetiew r.

603-W. may27.2t:< toute. tw -b
1940 Packard s.edan. $950.00. Kj|
Just completely electric plate. 4-H Greene
' motor. brand new overhauled battery. 4 Furnished apartment adults only. ,..,,,.
a I I 703 South. SU Phone 226.
new hub caps. Clean car. in I
good condition. Phone 9-5. 1368; tna '27-6tx Baby carriage. Good .

evening. 1311-W. may26-2tx Phone 831J. tests,..2f.aWA
Four-room apartment furnished I I -

1940 Hudson sedan. 907 Virginia spacious for summer. Hot water Hamilton pwnu to -.y

... .' Street. may27-3bc large Frigidaire. Adults I l condition. 51:1.... C.lt >.. ...1t
no pets Phone =-l\L 625 An or 406 Ctrgtnta Street 9jByKd

i 1937 Oldsmobile. 2-door. Body I gela. ma27-21Xt .
and motor in good; condition. _ -- -- -J

Must sell hv May 31. Bargain. I

$395. 37 Rest Beach. Phone I I .' =. :- TilE ,

t 1530-W. PERSONAL may27-3tx I I Key West Floor Coverirtg Co;.

Stop' Foreign Gift Ioans. Coixtributt ]I .
Has Just Been .lp n'c'
to my Congressional: Cam o

paign. Hon. Henry Sullivan t Exclusive Distributor in Wtsi
505 N. 13. Quincy 111. Key

j may27IteMISCELLANEOUS I I for"Kehtile"

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DAN McCARTY and his family (top) pose in home at Fort ASPHALT TILE -

Pierce on eve of run-off primary in which he opposed Fuller Washers irons vacuums and

Warren of Jacksonville who won the Democratic nomination fans repaired. O'Briaul. Phont Makers of the Finest Blended Color .
for governor of Florida. Mrs. McCarty holds their 20-day-old 1164-M mayl-tf .

daughter. Frances Lela. Defeated Candidate holds White Blue
McCarty I Including & IwryGALL
sons Mike (left) and Danny. Bottom: Warren and his sister. For guaranteed plumbing and re '
AJma relax in their home at Jacksonville.Warren's I pairs. Free estimate. CaP .

will allow his sister to serve a* hostess lathe, governors'mansion.victory John Curry 781. 512 Margaret mayl-tf SLPhone !I jJ.Sbfur FREE ESTIMATE J

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1 '*HLTlSDAXr' .MAX' 1948 ,' PA .. . .. r
-Y- "! THE .KEY WEST: CItlZEtt* - .. .- . ,; PAGfiursc itvt

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Elks Club US ,Co., is a non-profit ationl 1 operating the tartness abed. axis'
'Bob's Sport"Shop Navy i
!.for rehabilitation island economy .tance, in financing."

'ii\4 i "explains .its treasurer Comdr.t
Makes \ '
L I Money I Kenneth White. "But to. operate)'
Will Meet\
Tonight HONOLULU. tAP). The successfully we have bad to put!AUTOMOBILE ff:

.. Navy's Pacific island !( the company on sound financial:
.. i --- basis. About half of the $500,000 We fill all prescriptions when
KANTOR -1 1I i;
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t posts made a half million dollars*' 'your ole darts
made car giving
.- Chapters ed a rope cord that would summona those-you certainly have by the company 1be: you
TT vac true that Hildred was not servant. "What would you like disproved TANGLE WITH I for the Dairy boys and Pancho In its first five monthsenoughto .considered a Navy subsidy in free:;,: trouble.
1 impressed with material thine to drink-we must drink a toast to itShe had stood up toward-the end I Huerta will hud for the Sailors pay back what the company shipping salaries for Navy men, We carry a complete HIM el

9be lived much too close to stark I your Hildred speedy recovery. of this speech without thinking \X-l FLYERS IN- SECOND with Tiny Largcnt on the receiving borrowed to go into.business Jan.I. I I III ,i Brake Parts." Ignition Cw fittings
said she would I I
t+tlity oovert sickness andHbery take a where it Spark Plugs. Fan Bells.
) :was leadinghers so lh..tnow
Officials 1 1I
of the
:glass[ of sherry. She sat down corporation the II
afe* would-In not bar hav. been work.human But I he divan. She was thinking when on the- man they were was.a face;,head to face taller though:than GAME:' i ii In the nightcap the Elks will Island Trading Co. credit the record -,I KILL.IT* FOR 3Sc. I II AT YOUR SERVICE . .
the servant responded play the Naval HospitaL This! I I I IN ONE-HOUR. DAY OR NIGHT
had she not found herself a trifle so promptly she. His dark eyes lookeddeeplyy: high price of copra. They
feed when she was ushered into I bearing a silver tray with bottles into hers, long'and silently.She i Elks Club leader in .the Class win also be a hard-fought game.' deal with the Trust Territory of;,, .If, Dot pleaded: your ewer bark ; PHONE 1178
tHe, eaermous reception hall of and glasses that if she told her Martin will hurl for the \ k any druggist for tnl', JTTKUNU
the saw Hospital
them she Pacific-
host in .hAd.not "B" Softball League will cross the an pre of 2.000000()) !1 I funjricid. Th: M. ;MmdHI .
she would 9 IP"
fllt'hOUle ia which Lucicn Lan- not stay it would seen before,a wearmess that could bats Orderlies and Shadley will catch. alrobol. JANE and SHINE
bY""" only add to the.pi<'tures he already .only from with Bob's Sport Shop leader square miles including; the Mar : ..... kill,It HKVKTIITKJv: Rcaek- 1
come more tban'a 'I MORE
surfeitof R. Perez will pitch and Henn : germm ON 00I : -
had of her He in the Class "A" i stalls. Carolines and Marianas. -
TIM would.think she League tonight T.UT.Tuday at ( 1S02 BERTHA STREET
interior like worldly things almost jarn.nf'r'
war movie despair I
a a quez J
catch for the Elks Club. 1
r ,er 1I'4' ..ttae floors black and,white ibis expected turn,tataka advantage of ,that might bave been caused by the at.Bayvicw Park. This game j -- - ----. "Actually the Island Trading Diner- ,
intimate -- - ----- -
tpatb .. walls hunt with priceless situation; as Mamie unhappiness she.-had felt must should be a thriller It will be - .
a e 1e ......,h" sh ingiAg' c station hadjhigted daftly I.: a,man of his abide in the walls of such a houseas Hancock:: pitted against Joe Lewis. KANTOR'SGraduation .
t..,.. littenac daczlmclv$ with might well do.'l''your'recoveryand. his. He said;"Some of the'things Hennquez will catch for the Elks "I I - --
metal pendants. The funushincsswiri good ,you said are true-were true. : and Walker
the Sport Shop
......etna end menu collectors" were" Items.museum !her be with said a now.small having glass holding presented -- im boys. The game will start at.
the wine and touching it with will honor me.by 7.30 o'clock.:
iflh* Mr Lanier. staying give
saw '
cumin to
beet ...... as she silently handed one of his own into which he had you my" word you-will never. be In the nightcap Kantor's Men'sShop GifisFOR ,
tHe rtovennf the she poured Scotch and: S da."To a very sorry. will play the Flyers and I

Iu4 removed.' butler Well here wrap you beautiful, with young woman." he added There was sincerity in bis voiceso ,winner of this game will go into Owned and Operated! by.Edna Miller sad Mary CarabaH.
het-, ii.Pw is manner was a smile that held much evident that Hildred'could not second place in the League standings
**.re enrdial than she had re- more warmth than the others. question it.But it was not that that -a game and a half from
hmbrre4. His Hildred said sneaking quietly. caused her to decide.to remain.,It .1 I
ee were first place. It is expected that
..,,1 y polite, but his smile was al- "You You don't mean that. Mr. Lanier was that glimpse; of something hid- I, Everett Sweeting will hurl fortheMen's MEN Dresses Millinery l Accessories -
a. friendly wondered if don't mean any of this. I don't den in his dark eyes;, something
would ......... MM "' N.u.ht"1 you know why you asked me here.Unless that had caused herio a momentary I Shop nine, and Byron
tf Mt yo.. are feeling entirely rcf'6"ftfld' it was to amuse yourself.since flash of pity.:Tor:she;had for the Flyers. ". 417 DUVAL STREET Opposite La Concha Hotel
......your accident1 you must be bored and lonely in seen that this'm J .was not happy; I. rida .night the first game;
ft.lliUred myrmurrd that she uch ornate surroundings. she had seen in his eyes a-despairing 'will bring,..the USS Chanticleer

f 'riutC very well., though at was thee LUCIAN,LANIER wthout drinking put his glass from nize resignation.that look haVing,She could:encountered\retog- against Adams Dairy. Villareal Give A Gift That ... We Close. Every Thursday at 1 o'Clork *_
m ent, and will be the batteryThe
she s a not.VWUI I. ;Sands
it .
his often
; &1 you rome this *.* he it; expression was much the so 'in her .wolk.sShehadnot I
way same as when he had expected encounter it such
-A*>..,....courteously "I thought stood.looking in We
' Pleasure in
her that first day.they had surroundings as these., % {
would dine
in my met. He said. "I believe She said TH be i
tflmenl The ret of the rooms you mean glad to stay if Weather practical usefulas
aee not all in readiness for that!But you are mistaken.I asKedJOU you really want me io."\ ...":.* I
ceuaor because I wanted to know you _"J cannot think anything I .1
-the huuae has been
Vti .*.., since Grandfather closed.diet. better. Though I will admit I may want more: he told her solemnly.) i
have behaved in sucb a manner as Without anothewOieJ..Bifdnd FORECASTKey well
tad ItMught I would not trouble I
to make believe the turned and 'down' as Beautiful to the
you worst of
..n wee them. until my mother Joins ?more West & Vicinity: Mostly .
me. on the sofa. She"picked up, her
e.- this to-
partly cloudy
"I did not that." Hildred :: glass she smiled,over- its rim.
.t...Thwould not hare to meet turned her eyes not wavering bethink -Shall we drink that toast:.then! night .and Friday. Continued I Girl Graduates, Class of M8
,J".e Ounte**; that was a relief. She I the*worst of you. at all. 1 1 If not'that one-to ra&::- -both...of I 'warm. Gentle to moderate winds,
fMI ..td..1eatly. arroas the mar- fore his steady regard. "I don't us-and to a:.better understandt I.mostly easterly to southeasterly.
We.-.n. up the curving stair'ay. merely think invited Florida I -
you me on an t : Partly cloudy today -
HUt*VKS reaching, rapidly. a drn-I impulse which you since may have He ,Instantly, ok'upbis: glass I tonight and Friday. Few widely Tics ; ,
..... Mne had been foolish. enough' regretted And that it amuses you again; raising It to,his.lips..His _
",.* route.,bvt aPw. ..would not stay to pretend an interest you do not eyes smiled back at her;/a'smile i I I scattered afternoon thunder- I; i ice. f/ie A'eir, Cool; (;:077.O.NI .
The,.was an fireplace with feeL should that held showers. Continued warm: .' .
open Why you care to know real warmth and not the I I -
0 few (logs cracklingmerrily,as the me better Mr. Lanier! We could slightest sign-of anmsement. . -, ...East Gulf of Mexico &. Jacksonville I- .-7 (
autumn. ni&M was cool, before it, not possibly have anything irj common "I don't believe;there.wille ver I'I thru the Florida Straits: : I. Handkerchiefs I I DRESSES
ejtere vatic table set for two.with'ttiauJtully ever. You think because of be misunderstanding' between us Gentle to moderate variable .
appointed, silver and the way we met that I am some sort again.." he told her:and.in;such i away .winds mostly east to southeasterly :
tall) lighted candles, and a centerpuf of cheap melodramatic, little fooL that:she' '
: saw he, meant it over south portion and south- '
of ....rs. I've seen it in your face your manner "There need not ,: ;
r.1k- between
north today For Trarcl
portion : Vacation Wear
Vl nope you will make yourselfcWfortablr. -it is you who think the worst, friends-and I:believe .going westerly over : SliictsSox :1 or
.*' Luck said. wavingjnsnd << of me." to befriends. Miss McNauch- tonight and Friday. Partly ,
'4 toward a small brot'adf'd'Cl1pL "If I did-and I do >> :. weather. .. :
not plead j ten. '- :---..", .... .(t .rt" cloudy : ..
With the other hand be pull-, guilty to such harsh accusations as CTeCity I. e..ti..z \.. ..' Jacksonville to npalachitola: '

p -:- -:. : ' ,- No small craft or storm warningshave .: ".
01. .. ".:
Pilrdinals] Defeated By---- 4 Recreation' Report I ; LISTEN TO

Key West, Fla_ May 27. 1'! I3

t?:':!Giants, ; Cubs Take Bums; Program: {Observation 8:30 Temperature taken A.M.. at EST City) Office !1!!" Swim Sums ; RADIO STATIONI .

: 4 Games Under Lights SOFTBALL Lowest llighest last yesterday night rwO 78 .

;. Bayview Park., Night1TONIGHT .. Mean. _, ;el; Pajamas I I- WKWF
:"' Z9
Normal ,
(.i.\l; LAM INDIAINS) IN11PEFKtT.tT ; First Game-Bob's Sport Shop .
,, ,
... .* .r Precipitation t .
'.li! : IIAN'n OFJS i----- Vs. Elks Club. . Total last 24 hums 00 ...... i 1600 On Your Dial
) t Second GameKanterMen's_ Total this month .&3 uv-,.. !
I How Stand Sports Apparel
They Shop vs.-Naval Hospital.. this month 2.U ins.t '
;'f,WASHINGTON' : NATS:\; ;. ,FRIDAY- Deficiency Total this year 16.79 ins.Excess I NEXT TUESDAY E\ EMISUFOR :

First Game--Adams-Dairy vs.
A II=ti HEAT tIIISUX: U.S.S. Chanticleer. this year 7.75 ins. '. 1 I
Florida-International Humidityat
Second Game Elks Club : OUR
Baseball League . .vs 1:30.A.M. Luggage .
1r.W Club W. L. I'd.I I Naval Hospital.JUNIOR i I.:. :; 67', S I .

'lnab' bowed to the New Tampa 3117 .646 t. BarometerSea 'I
York -
I Havana 30 19 .6..% ( Level) 8:30 A.M.
ttn.t} last night by e. M-ore of 10 ; St. Petersburg 27 22 .551 Bayview 'Patk.Altemooa: 29.94 ins.-10139 m>fe- WEDNESDAYDAY
.th.T. while Chicago: Cuba: took j| Miami 26 25 .510 and Morning ': 4 Tomorrow's Almanac: ill !\utiotntlly ttlrcrlisetl ItruiuhKANTOR'S .
1 Jhe! .lowly Rruokl>'n Dudgra, -I-1,1 ; .
: Beach 24 24 .500 Daily play. Sunrise 5:39 a.m. i
ipd. the, Cincinnati Red*, were Lakeland *
23 26 .469 Sunset P"1- 00
./Unners H>cwreot8 over"to 5.!;,stun Braves by :I West Palm Beach 19 27113 T- 'r 4IS :.:: I I Moonset 10:22: p.m. MENS $1 SPECIAL"When e

I'Fort Lauderdale 15 35 .300 Be1view.:P {'. Afternoon -
jt. !fuhmgton Senators downed .
i __ __ ind Night TIDES SHOP .1
f'l.'C"\'tJand Indians by a *curch
; ( .1 lo 0 l last night. In the i I Major Baseball Leagues Daily Play Tomorrow It's New and Stylish. You Can Usually Find It Here 11"
(Naval Base)
''Ainrticaa League. Ramos ycstcrl '- .

New AVk Yankee: 7 to 3. the Club- W L. Pet Patk. Night High Low . .
-- ----- - --- --- -- - -' -- --
Philadelphia Athletics defeated i Philadelphia 21 10 .677 'I FIUDAY- 2:05: a.m. 6:14: a.in.

the Chicago White Sox. 7-1. and 1,. Cleveland 18 9 .667 1:00 to 9:00: P.M '. 12:49: pm. 8:25 p.m \\Ci1,1,1tr4Ierei5thNew/ >
Dojton Red Sox beat the St. Louis j New York 18 12 .600
flrowTu.3-3. I". Detroit 1717 .500 nAStBt\LL ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA t

.. NATIONAL LEAGUE ) St. Louis 13 '15 ..464 Stadium. Ait.rcoon Reference Station: Key West. .-
,I Boston Municipal Time of Height of "
Night Came .1318 .419 SUNDAY- i 'J1 i ,1"\"
.t. n 1 H L. E. ; Washington 13 18 .419 suttonTid. |thigh water '
, 'New York 10 14 0 i Chicago' 1 2211 No games announIrmy d.I Bahia Honda
S1. Louis 790 1! NATIONAL ) Barracks ft.idooa (bridge t ) _-._. -Oh 10m 0.0 ft. fri idaire 'Compact 6 Refrigerator

t*Ktnl4 l $.*Lee. Trinkle. Jont..... Jan- : Club- W. L. Pet.I SUNDAYNo No Name Key
len and Westroin; Pollet. Munaer. I j St Louis 19 10 .655 I I Games an.nounc (east end) _+2h 20m SR .

Stalr>', lluikh rt and Hire. Wil-i New Yon k 17 11 .607 Boca Chica -
I' Point-Oh 40m
\.ur. Boston 1614 .533 (Sandy
., Pittsburgh 16 14 .533 I Teii1PLrititres Caldes Channel makes same kitchen area yield
j! (north end) +2h 10mf 1.4'ft.
Night ] Philadelphia 16 16 .500. I Ie
,! II. II. E.L'tuctnnati Brooklyn 12 19 .3871 I 7130 A.M; T"3T.Station oOo space I[

811 1 f I r Chicago 15 18 .455 I|I NOTE: i I ,
,Ilu.t n 5 9 I Cincinnati 13 20 .394 (--Minus sign: Corrections : i Here the answer to small kitchens that need Urge refnger

'.Wrhni>ert n ff\"Ib birBer. Gum- Atlanta 66 to be subtracted. ;.. !! ator space The new Fngidnre "Compact-&x" uses the flout t

'bcrt and Lanianno: Spahn, Shoun, I IBarrett Softball Lcacucs Billings __ ._. _ ._ 52 (+)-Plus sign added.: Corrections lobe I space of a little 4-foot refrigerator but the inside is a big. t tf

and Salkeld. _'__ _. ..'_
Birmingham : 69
j I Class -A"I Bismark .__.'h.-.:........-.._'_ ._ H \h)-Hour. ; I roomy 6-cubic-foot Sec this new "Compact.: before youI .Ia. :

\.: Night Game I Club- W. L. Pet.I Boston .____._ 57 (m-Minute. I buy any icfnjemox. Note these features: I

-,. IL II. E. i, Hob's Sport Shop 9 0 1,000I Buffalo : ___:-= -.. __ 53 (ft)-Feet : li

,Chita"'u 4 10 3IlruukI I Vets of Foreign Wars 4 5 .44-41 Charleston .__.::.:..-"- ___ __ . 11 A demonstration of Jas for i I
)n I 6 1 : Adams Dairy 2 5 ..286Sublton Chicago ',- ---r-- .-. 56 lighting was given in Philaclcl i 11.4 t% ".thW wse I
;. Schmitz and Scheffme. ; Ranv (; 4 2 1 222 Corpus Christi'_._ -._ .-. - 71 phia in 1786. but the fiiit. city tu j Itil I S185 1---i.I-/
dell. Taylor and lodges. Class "B- . 48I with :. \
Denver -:- light its streets gas.a ..... .wi.. wydnr.rIa
W. L. Pct.
t ; -- Club- I Detroit __ --- ... 55El Baltimore in 1816. Domestic ga.. \
: ... .. _
AMERICAN LEAGUE Elks Club 5 I .833 & f*.d.gae.
1-- Paso : So lighting made no great ; : 11 I
J Night .Came Kantor Men's Shop 3 3 .500 Ft. Worth .____ -. 64 until the years 1865-1875: prou-s.I' ; S h....... Qvfckvk Trwn. \

. I ; n n E. I Naval Hospital 3 3 .500 I Galveston . _ 69 F..D M.M.-.M$W w.cksaie.

"Washington 280 ; VX..J Flyer _. . I 5 .167 Jacksonville ., __ ___ __ 72 AMDM.-PS..., t;
._,JUcvcLiud 030 Kansas City __ .__ . 53 Frigidoire'CemnP.ct-Six' I 1
I Evans 90% MOki CAPACITY SoY_"-ti.. P1V1c. {
( ;
, Hudaoo. fcrrick ant Britain Hij i KEY WEST 10 BROADWAYCIGAR
'Ucardcn4; Munc'"ril't.and Tiptj,,: \ Key West Airport ._ 10 I \

.. . __.__ ..' ,5&i t .
'h . Los Angeles Alt the New
J see
I r.. f.t!' i''l 10.-,11' .j r fH $ftd em Louisville r-.- _. 55 STORE \ ti

. t : n. 11. E Miami __. .:._ 76 cw.H.
;t>etfoit '7 .2 0, '- '. .AP'* ,.It..Britain' has Minneapolis _-'- ___ . 62 I 610 Umal Street i i8; \
Nt'w' Turk 3 12 3; Memphis -- ._ _:_. _.___ 63 I with frs- \

1 '. .;Trvut and Swift: Shea Page. been having a hard the time finding of its I New Orleans ___._ _''':''' _ 73 COMPLETEBASEBALL __ i torts c.

....Umt', Drvws and Ilerra. and registering Far graves East. The New York .--..:...---..:...- 57 I ,
.t. war in
Norfolk _____ _.- 65 \
the War Office says: 218.25
fl.II.K reason -
... 59 I
"communal disturbances" in the Oklahoma City :-.r.--- *> X *-i "tl Philadelphia II ? the wake of the war. Omaha __ _:.-.-:--' L-----4--: 53Pensacola SCORES -
""ChUygu 1 5 4Culcinan area in ofgraves' _______ .7 \
director h
e' and nUHr; Grove I),i Gen. C. S. VaK Roanoke _.r.T.-- _.:._-- 61 ,

'-.J'albvn. I'apiah, Caldwell and registration back from"con-aFar j St. Louis --.'_'"_----.. _".- .-. 53 POPULAR BRANDS of 1i

. 1ltobinsun. I, Eastern tour reported San Antonio __--- .- 62 '! REFRIGERATION COMPANY
ditions have recently improved"I San Francisco n'54 Cigars and Cold i
he h.ped'to finish most ;
\ n.'n E.I i I Seattle __._ _t. -' :.. '_' 57 I'I'Soft { \
Il.tit.IoWuU i: of the work this - !
510 year 71 Duvil) Phone 279 Key West
i.1ii.tun J1 Tallahassee. T-:... -<.--:- Drinks 1024 Street + +
3 '
.'- ' -' -- i I I About three out of every four Tampa ._ _ .._._ _' .. '- 74 -
and TebbetU;
.jBPubeo Gan.e-r'l 62 .
,:L --i I_Chtrese t -l.re! !tarLer .-. Washington -- -'- - '


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i :;Lorraine Naomi" Nonage To Be LanbscJier-Back.:- ',,-;.l Convent; 'Graduates Are --;-- :" -. ICOUNTCTGETSs ." :
(CCoaum 'rom'raze Ore) I I5V.EREMT.MARKET<:
I' After Attending I '. .' I 'in.,. Parrxb.. and Eduardo Gomez.

.;:Valedictorian. Graduation. i I t., ., n ''State Meetings ., Guests Of Rotary Club 11 members Also present of .the were Board.tleasrs Ray-- :" 1\35 .DIVISION,,5TIlEE1" > PitA ...1)
** ,
i .
I\ : nard V. McGee. Samuel Kellw. I CoJ'Dft. ef.Crianel1stNei ,
|I _ fr '
I Exercises On 4thI "
June 1 ,
Friday Alfonso Gabnel. and Charles
ji Harold R. Laubscher Chamber!i. HORACE .
O'BRYANT IN r the coloredeitizens t
1 of Commerce manager returned. Major ,representing GROCERY iJEPARJMEffTrONT" .
I (* tuLRTHA C WATKINS IS.j ., I ''1I for whose use the area -
yesterday from a five day trip!|I PRINCIPAL; ADDRESS; will be t.a$de, ,
,j .2ALUTATORIAN ANTONICA Seeks Divorce j to West Palm Beach and Daytona j jj 1* The area for which the permit ..
I .. "' j j Beach at which he represented'I I TREVOR WELCOMESSTUDENTS z'._ has been approved 'consists of Silyer Caw CradeA.A
1 t *.J41TH WINS BALFOUR TRO- A. petition seeking 'divorce!the city of Key West in three]j| ." j about 11 acres adjacent to the EVAPORATED EGGS dol. '5c
was fjled yeeterd/'thd office! of Fort aOOextends
l southern end Village 4tJc
1 PHY Circuit state conventions. ij JI i MILK 3 cans
of Clerk Ross
Court C.
theocean., The
The Florida ofi j jI 10 property
j Association ; Members of the I
j : 'Lrpine J Naomi Notu: 528]i i Sawyer by Clarence Gordon Commercial Organization Exe-'; graduatingclass Son to Skeltons will include 'several buildings TOILET
I 4l Mr.!I Bonham against Wilma H. EonhtinL -j : of 1948 of Convent of Mary A son was born in the Key West: usable sa club. houses COUNTRY BOLt.BUTTER. _
t Qrinn< street daughter of ;, I i cutives an organization composed:' which are TISSUE roll ge
t t an*MfC Jttvme Kottage Is vale-' ,::1 !'if 57 Chamber managers ,in the:,Immaculate *ee guests: of the i Muncipal Hospital at 10:40: a. m. and bath hooses .. b.75c
I I.tjoc I i i>state elected Laubscher to its Rotary Club at luncheon this?j yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin There is adequate space for
, : mss ot this years gradual t01JJ\TY OFFll'S :board of directors to'serve for neon in St. Pauls Church Parish i Skelton, 706 Ashe street: the construction of an excellent H nt'. TOMATO No. 2..iae
I MEAT'R. Size
class.'June 4.of the Key West I TO CLOSE MONDAY,1948. I HalL The baby weighed six Pounds. baseball diamond and fronting WHITE
( High School. This high honor *fe Monroe county public offices i ,.:He was_made a director of the j I I II I l Edwin Trevor president.the i j two ounces. qn the Florida Straits is a sandy TUNA .C3a 5Se Juice 2 cans 25e
t I stows upon Min Nottag be-j]|' t' beach about 400) feet long. .
the Readers Digest award, mill. be dosed on*Monday in ob-I East Coast Highways Association j[Rotary Club announced- the j ji ,
t I ..the Parent'Teachers' Aatsociatloaaward Renraaoe. of Mt"morial'Dav., wh.chfalb at its annual meeting in Daytona i i members; of the Key West lush I Ij II The Fiji Islands in the Pacific THe' informal ceremony IUtter'TOMATO 14.or.Size rhIIDps' ASSORTED
, on Sunday Circuit Court: Saturday and was apointed to I II l j I School graduating class of 1943 j has probably the healthiest tropical transferring this property markied '
,I t S&Iutalorian H Martha Curry Clerk Ross I C. Sawyer announced -I serve as a member of the Florida!!1 will be guests of the club.next- ,' climate in,the world. the culmination of effortsstarted CATSUP htl.20c SOUPS. can ilk
" ;State Chamber of Commerce'sMarina I Thursday: bythe Submarine Bass .
.J tWstkb today. : nooq. ;
,! *dautatrr' jof 132-C Commander PaimJana: and place Mrs.\' ,1, Division when he a end- I Convent of Mary Immaculate'graduates and wished them Godspeed about a, year ago to provide a ROSEDALE No. 2 Size PALMOLIVE 1'... Eiu
,the. State Chamber's confer- I is an'old and honored uistilu-' in their passage through suitable recreation areS for Monroe -
"* *J.1'-TJ\iii.Wstkina. for scho.l lI r_. TO MEET TONIGHT I Jed in. West. Palm Beach .on i tan in Key West/ said Trevor, life I county negroes. The administration PEAS .can 14r SOAP cake 'e
award highest -
Tony Arthur. commander of the Friday. i in welcoming the graduating* Miss Beatrice Moreno pianist, of the area will be as directed -
\It .lastk, a.rragr for senior boy Stuj j Southernmost Post 0911, Veteran -l' 'I am glad to have received i class today. "I'm glad we were gave a selection and accompaniedMiss I by the Board of County WESTERN
"s t frienta.was won by Jiri.ld,Jlen-j, of Foreign Wars .announces these appointments", Laubscher I able to have the members of the i iI Machette in the singing of a I Commissioners who are wholeheartedly -
j .figosv,LAlr..nd fM Mrs.Virginia Gerald" street Henriquez.son,jtpecial meeting of the Post will I stated. "I sincerely hope that by I class of 1948 with us today." I song ! in support of this project 'SIRLOIN 'STEAKS Lb. 79cWe.tem
The U P, Artmajw Sr. $100 be held at 8 o'clock tonight in the j(my actively participating in these I I Mary Louise Saunders, president Before the graduating class was -
1 1 TWhd Knights of Pythias Hall at 723 I I state organizations it will beI I of the class who introduced introduced Robert Oopp. a member -:
sward for the best creative .Ii'
Carting Fleming street I possible for Key West Chamber !the various members of the class of the Junior .Chahber of UN Rwa..artN 'R CMn.l'el POUND SUPER
Ly a mrntor was wua-byJ'1arine Commerce to better serve its .to the Rotarians, thanked Tyor Commerce said a unit of the STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE'TRImfP 1
r..i.-aa Rus..ll. SOt Wtlstreet I jcf II PORK CHOPS 59c SUDS Urge Box 33cN
f ITiam ., daughter U Mr. and it i White street daughter of Mr. members.. and,the. community.. for'the luncheon. : Miami blood bank would be here
Mrm. Reginald 1L RuswlL i and Mrs.R.. D. Smith. j Horace O'Bryant.: prinicpal, of June 1 and asked volunteers to' I COFFEE .
I Patricia Ann Dough try, C21 The mean annual average tem- Key West High School and on donate blood >
Judge '
Aquilino Lope Jr $M
r Georgia street daughter of Mr. 1 pcratare of Jerusalem 63'.degrees January 3 to ,become superintendent Ford Callahan, a Naval mad MILL .Table
j J 1 award for the work pupil t performing'Engllsbt and,Mrs., William T. Doughtry,I Fahrenheit; that of ,Tel of public Instruction, who,, was, stationed here some ''at' U-M. .d Grade 16 37 C
l I! Jwas JouUUndmg won by Lois XVtnUer. 1101tWhitWtead. was awarded the gold medal I Aviv, 67 degrees.. . ,gave the principal. address to the years ago, -was' then introduced"BEMI : 411 Grocer : O LEa
giver the Daugn-1- - --- -- - I Ir
eachyear by . ----- -
dJughtrr of Mr. and ". . '_ I Ws1tesazo. Right to Limit Quanta!**-
- a.a a uu 'W e
ten-American Revolution. Those .,. .l : : : ..
j if ,.en. a N. Wmkler ; -- -
!"winning certificates from the D.r EBlHIH B9Bi9BBB BBCflHE H IHEHH H RS-!- ------ ---- -:mI --:::;:--- -- - ---
l' 3 Dr William R. Warren $50.
A. R. were Marilyn Bennett 730
I small award. 550 went Francis to Mas daughter Fayedeseakt *Eaton Mrs. A.street' F. daughter Bennett, of and Mr.Lou and Y
%4 Mr.1 Mrs. Carl BerialdLA -
'K' Paul She''wri.t watch award .Winkler. SMTT.14ST
1\a\ PO boy and Kill I rontributmg.nost4o ..... I
welfare of the school was given
Your Grocer' SELLS That Good
", Ho William Edward Stewart /4-!
J >)..tinriAna pl r.. con of Mrs Ruth STAR BRAND i Quality CASH MARKET CHOICE -
.c..tpI'r. and Nancy Louiae

r r:| >3ll*l I...Caroline Catlua Calleja.dauchtrr Lane'I' .AMERICAN d CUBAN COFFEE t I GROCERIES 1028 DiVision Street Phone 1080 MEATS 'iGR.OCER
1I.\ Dalfour trophy was -Trr A Pound Today---
l f: 40 .Ruth Anlonica Smith. 706 __ :I

I'ow Attnry Do BfUff IPficn# You Shop atARCHER'S I Comer of Cathnn* Street .Proprietor 18

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Other Specials That Are Not Listed i| PRICES: TO. 'MEET COMPETITION . COMPARE and i>Eti: for YOl RSEUU

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1 This WEEK-END : .I J\tIILK\ Brands All 3 .Cans 38e i I_s MOTT-S SECTIONS . -cans Quart 25c Sue ttJt t 2 PKGS.

at Reasonable, Every-Day Prices!'( i iIIERSHEY'S I APPLE JUICE bil. 15cf e; w it .13c.

tl We Invite. You to :Compare Our Quiltty and Prices N MOTTS .j
P 16-Oz.. Can APPLE No.2 Size

r CHICKENS 2 'I" 3 Pound. Average |b. 48cI I Chocolate 12c CLEANSER 1 . 3 cans 10c"

k Cud "A" Ltrft Shippad I WOMB'S SLICED I i . I ICOFFEE-AI1 Grinds pOs ; SPRY . . 3-Ib. tin *1 19 '1

EGGS . . Dor. 54c\ | BACON. ., . LB. 64c 'i _2 Limit With Grocery Order .
A I I'S' 0 REFT . . % PkSRINSO 23c
4. = Full Quart Can .
Colored and

71 11 DURKEE 'OLEO I . ..... Pound 5lC I II bra efruit Juice. 1GOZ10t I I GULF SPRAY . . 35c 3GRAPEFRUIT f.

.b.p, I! : 1 4S-Oz. Size . . Ig.' pka.
Small LMO Mtatf Swift's Skinless -

r a SPARE RIBS LB. 44c : j WEINERS . LB. 43c i HUN 'S '. Can I JUICE . . . 2 cans 25c OXYDOL. . lg. pkg. 35c f'

Cera-Fed Western Wilson's Tenderized. I TOMATO 14-Oz. Size 33 Ouart.B.ttMs

Pork Chops. LB. 51c HAMSString nc LB.5Sc TOMATO SAUCE..5c E I!1 L TSUP .2 btls. 35c BLEACH . . 2 for 2ac I.

MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE .. I 1_ Extra Standard No. 2 Size STA-FLO LIQUID Quart Sis

.I - .Grinds- ,rAEI lb. SIc_ Campbell's Pork BeansCan13c i|H SILVER TOMATOES COW 2 tins 25c STARCH . . btl. 19c S


.3 cults 23r i. ," 2 .cans 25c 5
RiF = A Complete Line of
BABO 3R Extra Fancy Fresh 1 Ib. Cartons
SWEETHEART: STUFFED Large Size 31c Fancy Florida1b.. Mesh Bag

SOAP2cakcsl7c c ''OLIVES.btJ.35c I ,some t.,coos TOMATOES. 15c GRAPEFRUIT 29e

Liber's Horn*-Style Lg.Sue LIQUID Quart Sac r. '| FRUITS and TEXAS YELLOW Florida GREEN 4,

PICKtEShtJ.23c t STARCH Paper ;| VEGETABLES ONIONS 2 Ibs. 15c '
,t . 19c PackageNAPKINS i at CABBAGE._ Ib. 4e t.:

,LONG GRAIN In Pck9 _ QUART '1 E g Popular U.S. No. 1 MainePotatoes Juicy Ha. .lb.. Mesh Bag

RICE..lb.l7cIEN CLOROX..15cWelch ] 80 COUNT. 13fCampbell's :-1 -_Prices 5 Ibs. 29c ORANGES . 29i--. I
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2 ran 35to. t l- bil*. 3Sc COLOREDALL Meat\ DepartmentShop Western
1 Chicken T-ISONF.
1 IOLEOI at Smith's for Ist-Quality Meats Steaks
ib. 69c
SUGAR. -.5'lbSo Any Cut Cuban or American Style
. : 39c ..

Fancy' Fruits ?* 'Vegetables ROLL BUTTER Lb. 84c i I LB. 51cArIUOllr Graile CLOER"A"BLOOM Medium% PriNicHAMS


POTATOES10Ibs.45c CELERY.. 2 Bnl:. Be .g *.. Eggs DOL59c


t : ONIONS 2 lb:. 2fc! ORANGES.Doz.: 20c BACON POUND 6cJJ C i| Bacon lb. 69c IN CARTONSTENDERIZED -110 (..lb. AtrnijEe

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n .iccrplstt for Delivery=: CALL: 67 %: lb. 39c

. '1 n"HERSSeml"selfservtce. SPECIALS Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday j Hamsib59c' SKIM.ESS
1. Ti Start i
That. Sere You Barr *
"SI.tIlrtttlnR Slrrel. y Key W"stFlorilaw. We Reserve MAY the 27 28 29 t 1 Roast IB. 69c
Right to Limit
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.a...,..lilt asp to Limit Quantitl.t Average 8 to 12 Ibs. ib.42c
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1LSAAY. MAY 27. 1048 _
: [!jng- and manners,bill the .
i TODAYS -* AIR RAID BRINGS DEATH ATST- E-To-.IfEk-AVIV. .- Your- . Horoscope. ,-l"wilt -*:pper Uvbe' - i
JFfresCfff&Gives 'BeautyContest !
lif'.VY ; :Bathing I Success genetnydJy.
ANNIVERSARIES THURSDAY, MAY 27,.'134S but friends.are nGt J
Luncheon By.Saint (Know America), ,With this day comes a more sensitive ,
.. disposition retying perhaps ''. Cororoonwefatth till .
1794 Cornelius\ Vanderbilt, The
'Bayvieto, Park Pa i.l's'.Leaglle.t I I founder of the family fortune ; and liable to be misunderstood . ,I Ha, almost as tofg as ee"J'J Ji
uit There'ja'OU11d reason goodjudfemthCprobably 1 States in area, hat a
The monthly luncheon of Uu Key West's bathing beautie I.son of:a poor man. and making tt : 'good lean i i of approximately mil i j' 'I ;
Navy Wives Club was held iiBayview 'may now obtain entry,blanks fort j his fortune' c.3 a steamship-rail-1\ 4 c qsq '.- -- --- -- -"- ,--, -- --+! ',, .
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Park yesterday. at .12: [road promoter and financier born< '
o ck*k noon. Those atteadini,t la popular affair. ,to. be 'presents tin New York. Died there Jan., ..
t 1 1.h 1c 1f 1r 1t 1t
June 11. MarketFLEMING
were ]Uesdamet, : Edith Clark i, K. 1877. ji j- c i'
Kathleen Abenante, France; SL Paul's Ydung People; j i 1818:-Amelia J. Bloomer, pior.eer -'
Schimmcyer. Aline Curtis and League is to hold its annual bath,| advocate of women's rights STREET 16 J
Very Wood also two prospect! < ,lug beauty contest in the EliClub's j I temperanceand dress reformer''i iJ I 305 Corner William l. }
members Gcneviv Ewing. and that J unjustly remembered only for-.her"bloomer"
annex on date. Entry Fit
Horner -
SMrley Henderson. costume born in -
The assistance of the memben {blanks are now obtainable from' ,K.Y. Died in Council Bluffs j We.N.adI. ONLY the Best WESTERN MEAT* j
of the Navy Wives Club was irontributinf I'' Mrs. Myrtland C tes. 1014 VarehI .:Iowa, Dec. 30, 1894. I Ii / Grade of i
factor to the succen ',I street. i! 1819-Julia Ward Howe, author' .BEEF OPORK LOINS ROAST CHOPS*;
of the Navy Relief Carnival AU girls over thirteeen years cage of The Battle Hymn cf the Republic .i
helping both Friday and Saturda:' are eligible to enter the contest "t ."Bsoton civic Worker,born'''I .Grade t "A" 'T-Bone Steaks ;/ :
ni.bttin the refreshment, and [.in New York. Died Oct. 17, 1900. t .f f '.
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admission booths. They also donated Judge will be selected from I 1837--James B. Hickok; (Wild ,. 11
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cookies, hotel famed Union scout,Kansas
sandwiches and vkitors staying at a local f Bill) '
which. were sold al the carnival I I I They will be unknown to all oi border post marshall, born In II*i j *'ALL INGREDIENTS SOUSE i
Mans for the oor-&how for the contestants. linois. Died Aug. 2, 1876. eY si > t .Breakiast BACON' BUTTER CHEESE: .COG: *, .
the mint of the "Copper Anniversary !-.. A bathing queen,and twq run- I 1862-John Kendrick' Bangs, : j ,
Dance on June 3 were : nerups will be ,Selected- Th noted humorist author and lec |I II' .Complete Line of BIRDS-EYE FronD Food ... J
discussed. Two members of the : queen will be presented with a turer of his day born,iri Yonkers,. ,
club, Kathleen Abenante. and radio. The other winners also N. Y. ,Died Jan. 21,, 1922. xr .F I Fresh OtulTS'aDd VEGETABLES & ,
Uenevive Ewing are contributing: I will recieve gifts. I' 1878-Isadora Duncan famed i I y
their tatmts toward the success ol I I Following the crowning of the star 1IOf her age a flaming personality -j i (AP \\lrephoto) Complete Line of QUICK 1 : ,
the entertainment. queen a dance and floor show born in San Francisco.:}1i i FRYERS ;
1. toxECUTUP :N
At the club's next 'meet'mf:. will be presented by.the leagcrs1TILL Died Sept. 14,.1927 RESIDENTS OF TEL AVIV. ISRAEL, racs toward the bus station after it was set afire during a I' t ) :i I.
W... .. .". June 2, the member I i raid by the Egyptian air Tforce. Forty persons were reported killed' and 60 injured in the city. A P.ou.. . ..,. .-' READY: for the FRYING' PAM'. ,
will decorate the h tft carry YOU S.uILEt f Egypt is Misr in its native-i I I victim of'the. raid was this hone lying dead in the street. It !Is still hitched to its cart. j jI. ., . .
oOt the penny motif for tblance. I tongue. ... --I -
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Th. club, within the last two :Heavy Traffic I -- IT : iT t

weeks has lost several members I I II
to the Norfolk Navy Wives Club : Clara'j Beau -,Tell me, Bob ,
i through transfer of their husbands : by, do you ever peep; through WITH CHARACTER t
to that city. They are the the keyhole when your sister and I BRAND ITEMS
Mesdames: Lou we Woodill. Lou I are.sitting in here alone?: T-
Bi"Krove. Delphina Lampkins. Bobby-Sometimes, if mothei .
K>i? '''y.... Mi Id nil" Wamccott.. i or sister Ellen ain't peeping., I t it

and Doreen Goldstein. Due to AT '. ., .. .". ..
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thbk kara vt membership, the club Jiiq to . .- ''", ".::.,. YI
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plans membership drive in June :
scniI.July.| ii4 I .

The coal mine disaster'at Mom 1 Ia t
nn, h. W. Va, In 107 took) a toll } fo YouR .
4 300 lives.ftT"ip. ;
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A .: i 600 Fleming Street WE I I ; ar ::

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J I JELLO Assorted Flavors r 61J2 ; "

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1... b..a f.r.rttls for 9.aaa- FRANCO-AMERICAN. No. 1 Sit ,. s-' : Nets ia" !
110.1. rb.y.s..l! all M IM I.n.{ f. Your:: .
Big '
f.ty to OMl + SPAGHETTI. . 2 cans 25c EAT% Bottle ,t Dealers) 1 I i ir

. 11. ... Serves : Take Home ,
u 8-Oz. Size"SieveTEAS" ,
ROGERS' SMALL _. 12: f 6'e

.3cans25c ARMOUR'S Georgia reach POUND Defj'j0Ut t Y;,_ Boilie..O" .
i SOc Atrtt : : . r s
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OAeROwrr t osoTMtas No. 1 Size HAMS Shank Half or Whole4RMOUR'S S5e

+ril.ia POUND A .. . ,
PEACHES..2 cans 35c .. ,
MONROE Wm. N. Knowles. Prop. LIBBY HOME-STYLE Large Jar -" ,

533 William Street SOUTHARD at the Comer STREET of PICKLES..ea.23cCAMPBELL'S ARMOUR'S lotion Butt POUND

Here you will find the foods that go to make your 55c \
I Folks. Tall Size PORK ROAST.
meals a success.THEY ARETHE BEST QUALITY . \
at the LOWEST PRICES. consistent with.trend,of,the market. 25c I
-- '- .... TOMATO cans ,

GROCERIES I and MEATS Mb.. Size I PURE LARD. . *.. 29c ,
and A. & B. CORNED ,
I ARMOUR'S 1918 POUND .. ,
BEEF HAS 2 55cCigarettes i .
. cans
LAMB CHOPS. . .69c I I t ti. "
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and SHOP at .
STOP Tomatoes
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and PHONE 94 II $176 ., V4\ .. FAr CY I ;1i i

Angrla Sis. I hI! 1 Pound T t

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SAVE Every Day On Your j Cobb'sOrange Party I II
Shop Any Day 10,00 A.M. to 12:00 NOON SATURDAY fry FLORIDAORANGES I

FOOD BILL : BUY A Carton of 6 BOTTLES forGet 25c 8-lb.< Bag 27c

; Lrt-." .K.MM! inter I.J..d lgt-! all its experience : ANOTHER CARTON for 1Sc CUBA !

II Ira i>{kill-all il,* resource to providing you, i
Mil lo foo/l4 at lowest possible ("o"tl! ABOVE HOURS latgo Mature 15c
Mills, fine*! | > FANCY and STAPLE : DURING THE Pineapple. : < ,

LEES ORIENT GROCERIESCRISPFRESH : Free Trial Before Purchase -.1 F.OKID4GrapefruitMed. i,


0.'NIP....ri.EVil"WIuis...L....-e. un.rated..unlr."...."T.n.,.aim': VEGETABLESDELICIOUS !j SWEETHEART Regular 6 'for 25c GET f .0 1.4 TODAY I:

I"'n. n-;':....... : SOAP Size _ _ _ 2 for 17c SKLPOTATOES\ I
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t....u:...: NI.T': f at your Dealer, ,

I ('A'';;;;:;-TYI", FRUITS .,I, Small BOTH 5 n* 29c i 1Ia in the NEW sr ,
.... eMpull'e .
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....N .1 f-... MEATS\ 1+
C rd.t$ _Is.r_" This Weekend 4 SWAN SOAP Regular 29c WATERMELONS it 5cto in the Big 12-Ounc' Bottles I
p We Cater to Parties May We Serve You 4 see '
Table Supplies4 I I It Papsl-Cola Company. Long Island City. N. Y.
k and BanqUets With Your I
Weddings . . .. Bottled by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Kay West ;

.t IWirrry Our A Store 00181. "rn.Ie,1 at P.M. EveR by B.Thundl& B.,S.Pif'P' trnilaLltr 1 [We Resetve the Righ!t ,Limit Quantities] - ,, "_ T' . '' I .,r

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Ib. 49c BRITTLE 39* Lol-'''0S..1:1 nilli LargoSizc'I'arkage

Shoulder I of LAMB ROAST. . l6 35c ;' SPECIALS with Both large for package only .PAPER 1.000 Sheet Roll ONLY lOc f

.: Grailf **AM I.S. Go\eniiiiciil-lnpecled; BEEF ; ARMOUR'S CORNED TARGET BEEF . . .. . .. .' can 12-Oz. 45c. 1 1'VELClrS
:;CHUCK ROAST. lb. 49c FREE RUNNING. . Regular Packages [ [ (PUKE[
SIRLOIN! .STEAK 69cEJ BLOSSOM' .,': '3U-lb.. < nn JAil/ ; 1911 c
: POUND CIIUICE; LAMB POUND fjij WHOLE CHICKEN. . .-';'.. '',.':. . n.*! JELLY

STEAKS 75c CHOPS 59cg SWANSON CHICKEN FRICASSEE . .,: ,. :can tc-oz. 45CPACKED h FARTS DELIGHT) ""(Jr Hcullir. ", Sa (""
: ( IN BRINE) ""; ." .Lar9e:
I Armour's Slar FRANKScan.::.;; :* 45C Prune JUICE ,QL Bottle 21C i
lb. 53c
I 5 VALLEY PRIME : :.'7'" No."2
GREEN PEAS . '. .' .';. :.. -. 'can. lIePARSON' .
FRESH GROUND MEAT . lb. 39cg Household( ( AMMONIA I . .. .' ';.'Quart bil.20C t

29c S I
EGGS' !t 54c LARD' : BAG

Star i OLEO.51cthisli .
Corned BEEF Ready-to-Eat lb. 69cla I urrscoo.NPICMC; ; J : (:-KKAI I I :

TENDER LIVER . . lb. 39ciL I. SPRY DOG FOOD Miracle Whip Pinl Jar 33c
1:11'. ..42 C ;;::11,1_..Slit) 2 canS 25c. .
IMC I FEET..NECK BONECHITTERLINGS. 't 'II (.t ttt KINOX ico\( 1I.I. A*!orlnl"Flat on
.. TRIPE . U. ( p om cyan OLIVE OIL
2-07. .1-H7. U-J7.
2 Ilan . . 19 c 17 29c 55eI 19cMEATS
I Jsland.Nw PURE In
\' *iSu,;..: Yellow F.i PEACHES INo.lAN"C: 21* SWAN 1..:t.. If&I?) TapIoca- .2: for 29c Pkgs. ..--.. .- - -.-.. - .-.,- -- -,
2 Bar,35 C C
i ;; Florida Pack GRAPEFRUIT JUICE N .\N2 5c E Ul.TGON L tUNIRY
I VEL Lar;acl.arr.: e 27 c SO AP a 2 bars 17c

\MAXWELL 5i i L t31';;' 39 I i itifit E .
Cuifec .2i Palmolive SOAP IVORY SOAP Tr' ItrtmihrtiyFRESH .1I"f"i fur (Jl U.IT)' 1-1.It 01
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2 7 2 35 CRCAMYCottage
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Bars Size -
Maine SARDINES in oil . .. . 2 cans 25ce .".... ,- A..-.. .- -..,, CH EESE LB. 19cSWIfTS
TOMATO SAUCE 2 for 13c |I Sugar; PEAS..can 13c '

'I Star Bright CLEANSER . . . . 3 cans 13cp< Ftmry'Fi'.Sfll'' P'ic-Nic i i HAMS LB. 41c


; "' 'j jI I .N'o. / 1'rllnirCooking BEEF LIVER LB. 59cFR

I'2 I NAPKINS + rolls E C'i' ONIONS J Ibs.19cl'1.riffl STAR TENDER SKINLESS
2 boxes 29c 2 35CPOTATQES r. I
KS Cello l Wrapped LB. 49
I : Crisp CELERY . 2 STAlKS 13cFlorida
.10 POUNDS 47cc4
nU--1I: (:UEEN TEXAS YELLOW P Juice ORANGES/ 8* Bag 23crainy
String Beans CABBAGE ONIONS r /-1''"jlllEating

I 19c LB 5c $16s.19c au. s PEARS. . 3 Ibs. 29c1..lW..h. SAUSAGE POUND.ROll 35c.

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